Re: [OPE-L] Grundrisse. Help

From: Christopher Arthur (arthurcj@WAITROSE.COM)
Date: Wed Jul 26 2006 - 11:56:44 EDT

It isn't clear to me that Marx's thinking changed - it extended. The
reproduction schemes of V2 are his last major development of the theory
of capital because the notes on credit never got anywhere. Notice
particularly that the V2 Pt 3 stuff was written well after the V3
transformation stuff so the modern 'transformation problem' was unknown
to Marx.
On 25 Jul 2006, at 16:30, Rakesh Bhandari wrote:

>> Thanks to those who responded.
>> On Jerry's point. Notwithstanding the Verwertung problem Nicolaus is I
>> think better than CW. One problem with CW 28/29 is that the two bits
>> were translated by different people with inconsistencies. ALso CW 29
>> 209 has reified instead of objectified which is quite a bad mistake.
>> But I will have to compare systematically
>> Chris
> Hi Chris,
> will be very interested of what you make of Tribe's argument that
> Marx's thinking changes after the Grundrisse with the discovery of
> Quesnay's theory of re-production. Anyone's thoughts on this would
> be appreciated.
> Yours, Rakesh

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