On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, Alejandro Ramos wrote: > The other thing I find striking is that the general mood in > most of Marxist economists is consider *in advance* that > Marx is essentially wrong and must be "corrected" (Why? This > is unclear. If he's wrong shouldn't be "corrected" but > directly surpassed.) Simetrically, the work of authors such > as Bohm Bawerk is considered *in advance* *right*, *sound*. I'm not sure who you're thinking of here, Alejandro. Personally, I think Marx was basically right while Bohm-Bawerk is basically rubbish. Allin.
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