The Capital: Critique of Political Economy by Karl Marx – Volume 3
“The Capital” is a seminal work by Karl Marx, a German philosopher, economist, and social theorist. Published in the 19th century, it analyzes the capitalist mode of production and the dynamics of the capitalist system. Marx explores the concept of surplus value, the exploitation of labor, and the inherent contradictions of capitalism.
The book delves into topics such as commodities, labor theory of value, and the role of capital in shaping society. “The Capital” remains a cornerstone of Marxist theory and continues to be widely studied and debated in the fields of economics, sociology, and political science.