[OPE-L] What is most important in Marx's theory?

From: Jerry Levy (Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM)
Date: Wed Mar 07 2007 - 10:27:06 EST

>  To me,
> the most important point is the logical structure of Marx's theory of
> the production and distribution of surplus-value, not the concepts of
> capital in general and competition.

Hi Fred:


> You [Howard] seem to be ignoring (or at least deemphasizing)
> the quantitative dimension of Marx's theory.  I think this is the most
> important dimension.

On what basis can you claim that the quantitative is "the most
important dimension" of Marx's theory?

Marx himself never claimed that, did he?

In solidarity, Jerry

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