Re: [OPE-L] re the 6 book plan

From: ajit sinha (sinha_a99@YAHOO.COM)
Date: Tue Sep 12 2006 - 19:11:03 EDT

--- Jerry Levy <Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM> wrote:

> > The point that something
> > fundamental might have changed in Marx's mind
> after
> > reading Quesnay should be looked at seriously.
> Ajit:
> There is nothing that flows from a critique of
> Quesnay
> which contradicts the logic embodied in the
> 6-book-plan.
> Quite the contrary: the analysis of the reproduction
> process
> of social capital demands  for  its further
> development
> a theory which integrates that topic with the
> subjects of the
> three major classes (as subjects), the state,
> foreign trade (and
> hence, states) and the world market.  Rather than
> leading to the
> abandonment of the 6-book-plan, that critique should
> point
> the way forward to those subjects.
> In solidarity, Jerry
Jerry, how can you understand capitalism without
analyzing the role of education in creating the
ideological conditions for capitalist reproduction and
further the role of media, and then again the
historicity of a culture, the sociology of a culture,
the geography of a culture, the whole of natural
environment and its relation with the mode of
production on the one hand and the solar system on the
other, and the relationship of the solar system with
the universe and its relationship with the multiverse,
etc., etc. to understand the totality of it all. How
many more books did I prescribe for Marx or you
already? Do you get my point? 'Totality' is just a
mere slogan! Cheers, ajit sinha

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