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The Resource Capital : a critique of political economy, Volume three, Karl Marx ; introduced by Ernest Mandel ; translated by David Fernbach

Capital : a critique of political economy, Volume three, Karl Marx ; introduced by Ernest Mandel ; translated by David Fernbach

Label
Capital : a critique of political economy, Volume three
Title
Capital
Title remainder
a critique of political economy
Title number
Volume three
Statement of responsibility
Karl Marx ; introduced by Ernest Mandel ; translated by David Fernbach
Title variation
Capital, volume III
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Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Summary
Karl Marx's Capital is an incisive critique of private property and the social relations it generates. Living in exile in England, where this work was largely written, Marx drew on a wide-ranging knowledge of its society to support his analysis and create fresh insights. Arguing that capitalism would cause an ever-increasing division in wealth and welfare, he predicted its abolition and replacement by a system with common ownership of the means of production. Capital rapidly acquired readership among the leaders of social democratic parties, particularly in Russia and Germany, and ultimately throughout the world, to become a work described by Marx's friend and collaborator Friedrich Engels as 'the Bible of the working class'
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1818-1883
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Marx, Karl
Dewey number
335.411
Index
index present
LC call number
HB501
LC item number
.M36 1981
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1820-1895
  • 1818-1883
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  • Engels, Friedrich
  • Marx, Karl
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Penguin classics
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  • Capital
  • Economics
Label
Capital : a critique of political economy, Volume three, Karl Marx ; introduced by Ernest Mandel ; translated by David Fernbach
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Das Kapital
  • Includes prefaces to various editions by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels
  • Originally published in this edition: London : Pelican Books, 1981
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 1050-1065) and index
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volume
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Content category
text
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Contents
Introduction / Ernest Mandel -- Preface / Frederick Engels -- Book 3: Process Of Capital Production As A Whole -- Part 1: Transformation Of Surplus-Value Into Profit, And Of The Rate Of Surplus-Value Into The Rate Of Profit -- 1: Cost price and profit -- 2: Rate of profit -- 3: Relationship between rate of profit and rate of surplus-value -- 4: Effect of the turnover on the rate of profit -- 5: Economy in the use of constant capital -- 6: Effect of changes in price -- 7: Supplementary Remarks -- Part 2: Transformation Of Profit Into Average Profit -- 8: Different compositions of capital in different branches of production, and the resulting variation in rates of profit -- 9: Formation of a general rate of profit (average rate of profit), and transformation of commodity values into prices of production -- 10: Equalization of the general rate of profit through competition-Market prices and market values-surplus profit -- 11: Effects of the general fluctuations in wages on the prices of production -- 12: Supplementary remarks -- Part 3: Law Of the Tendential Fall In The Rae Of Profit -- 13: Law itself -- 14: Counteracting factors -- 15: Development of the law's internal contradictions -- Part 4: Transformation Of Commodity Capital And Money Capital Into Commercial Capital And Money-Dealing Capital (Merchant's Capital) -- 16: Commercial capital -- 17: Commercial profit -- 18: Turnover of commercial capital-prices -- 19: Money-dealing capital -- 20: Historical material on merchant's capital -- Part 5: Division Of Profit Into Interest And Profit Of Enterprise -- 21: Interest-bearing capital -- 22: Division of profit-rate of interest-'natural' rate of interest -- 23: Interest and profit of enterprise -- 24: Interest-bearing capital as the superficial form of the capital relation -- 25: Credit and fictitious capital -- 26: Accumulation of money capital, and its influence on the rate of interest -- 27: Role of credit in capitalist production -- 28: Means of circulation and capital-the views of Tooke and Fullarton -- 29: Banking capital's component parts -- 30: Money capital and real capital: I -- 31: Money capital and real capital: II (continuation) -- 32: Money capital and real capital: III (conclusion) -- 33: Means of circulation under the credit system -- 34: Currency principle and the English bank legislation of 1844 -- 35: Precious metal and rate of exchange -- 36: Pre-capitalist relations -- Part 6: Transformation Of Surplus Profit Into Ground-Rent -- 37: Introduction -- 38: Differential rent in general -- 39: First form of differential rent (differential rent I) -- 40: Second form of differential rent (differential rent II) -- 41: Differential rent II-first case: price of production constant -- 42: Differential rent II-second case: price of production falling -- 43: Differential rent II-third case: rising price of production-results -- 44: Differential rent even on the poorest land cultivated -- 45: Absolute ground-rent -- 46: Rent of buildings-rent of mines-price of land -- 47: Genesis of capitalist ground-rent -- Part 7: Revenues And Their Sources -- 48: Trinity formula -- 49: On the analysis of the production process -- 50: Illusion created by competition -- 51: Relations of distribution and relations of production -- 52: Classes -- Supplement and addendum to volume 3 of Capital / (Frederick Engels) -- Quotations in languages other than English and German -- Index of authorities quoted -- General index -- Note on previous editions of the works of Marx and Engels -- Chronology of works by Marx and Engels
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
1086 pages
Isbn
9780140445701
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • ocm60572990
  • (OCoLC)60572990
Label
Capital : a critique of political economy, Volume three, Karl Marx ; introduced by Ernest Mandel ; translated by David Fernbach
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Das Kapital
  • Includes prefaces to various editions by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels
  • Originally published in this edition: London : Pelican Books, 1981
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 1050-1065) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction / Ernest Mandel -- Preface / Frederick Engels -- Book 3: Process Of Capital Production As A Whole -- Part 1: Transformation Of Surplus-Value Into Profit, And Of The Rate Of Surplus-Value Into The Rate Of Profit -- 1: Cost price and profit -- 2: Rate of profit -- 3: Relationship between rate of profit and rate of surplus-value -- 4: Effect of the turnover on the rate of profit -- 5: Economy in the use of constant capital -- 6: Effect of changes in price -- 7: Supplementary Remarks -- Part 2: Transformation Of Profit Into Average Profit -- 8: Different compositions of capital in different branches of production, and the resulting variation in rates of profit -- 9: Formation of a general rate of profit (average rate of profit), and transformation of commodity values into prices of production -- 10: Equalization of the general rate of profit through competition-Market prices and market values-surplus profit -- 11: Effects of the general fluctuations in wages on the prices of production -- 12: Supplementary remarks -- Part 3: Law Of the Tendential Fall In The Rae Of Profit -- 13: Law itself -- 14: Counteracting factors -- 15: Development of the law's internal contradictions -- Part 4: Transformation Of Commodity Capital And Money Capital Into Commercial Capital And Money-Dealing Capital (Merchant's Capital) -- 16: Commercial capital -- 17: Commercial profit -- 18: Turnover of commercial capital-prices -- 19: Money-dealing capital -- 20: Historical material on merchant's capital -- Part 5: Division Of Profit Into Interest And Profit Of Enterprise -- 21: Interest-bearing capital -- 22: Division of profit-rate of interest-'natural' rate of interest -- 23: Interest and profit of enterprise -- 24: Interest-bearing capital as the superficial form of the capital relation -- 25: Credit and fictitious capital -- 26: Accumulation of money capital, and its influence on the rate of interest -- 27: Role of credit in capitalist production -- 28: Means of circulation and capital-the views of Tooke and Fullarton -- 29: Banking capital's component parts -- 30: Money capital and real capital: I -- 31: Money capital and real capital: II (continuation) -- 32: Money capital and real capital: III (conclusion) -- 33: Means of circulation under the credit system -- 34: Currency principle and the English bank legislation of 1844 -- 35: Precious metal and rate of exchange -- 36: Pre-capitalist relations -- Part 6: Transformation Of Surplus Profit Into Ground-Rent -- 37: Introduction -- 38: Differential rent in general -- 39: First form of differential rent (differential rent I) -- 40: Second form of differential rent (differential rent II) -- 41: Differential rent II-first case: price of production constant -- 42: Differential rent II-second case: price of production falling -- 43: Differential rent II-third case: rising price of production-results -- 44: Differential rent even on the poorest land cultivated -- 45: Absolute ground-rent -- 46: Rent of buildings-rent of mines-price of land -- 47: Genesis of capitalist ground-rent -- Part 7: Revenues And Their Sources -- 48: Trinity formula -- 49: On the analysis of the production process -- 50: Illusion created by competition -- 51: Relations of distribution and relations of production -- 52: Classes -- Supplement and addendum to volume 3 of Capital / (Frederick Engels) -- Quotations in languages other than English and German -- Index of authorities quoted -- General index -- Note on previous editions of the works of Marx and Engels -- Chronology of works by Marx and Engels
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
1086 pages
Isbn
9780140445701
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • ocm60572990
  • (OCoLC)60572990

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