Re: [OPE-L] ISMT Conference in July on Marx and MEGA 2

From: Riccardo Bellofiore (riccardo.bellofiore@UNIBG.IT)
Date: Sat May 13 2006 - 07:08:46 EDT


Jerry,

I think you find the answer on this site, and on this page:

http://www.iisg.nl/~imes/intromega.html

The term they actually use is 
historical-critical. The paper I attach explains 
the 'why' . But Regina Roth, Rolf Hecker, or 
Michael Heinrich, or Roberto Fineschi, may tell 
much more.

riccardo



At 14:14 -0400 12-05-2006, glevy@PRATT.EDU wrote:
>Someone on another list, to whom I had forwarded Riccardo's
>post on the conference,  asked me:
>
>>   What's 'the critical edition' that is referred to in the title?
>
>I answered:
>
>>  The new scholarly editions in German published as part of MEGA2
>>  of  Volumes 2 & 3 of  _Capital_.  See below.
>
>But, (Regina, Riccardo, or Michael H),  why is that called  the
>"critical edition"?
>
>In solidarity, Jerry
>
>
>
>09:00    MICHAEL HEINRICH (FHTW, Berlin, Germany)
>Reconstruction or Deconstruction? Methodological Controversies about value
>and capital and new insights by the critical edition
>
>11:10       ROLF HECKER (MEGA, Berlin, Germany)
>New Perspectives opened by the publication of the original manuscripts of
>Das Kapital, Volume II
>
>15:00  REGINA ROTH (MEGA, Berlin, Germany)
>New Perspectives opened by the publication of the original manuscripts of
>Das Kapital, Volume III


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