Re: [OPE-L] glossary for V1 of _Capital

From: Paul Zarembka (zarembka@BUFFALO.EDU)
Date: Tue Jan 08 2008 - 21:31:53 EST


I am interested in the long-run penetration of non-capitalist societies by
capital and the resulting accumulation of capital.  I am interested in the
problem of realization of massive quantities of surplus value in advanced
capitalism.  I am interested in capitalism moving toward limits.  I am
interested in promoting the understanding that social relations of
production dominate productive forces in understanding social
transformation.  I am interested in making 'accumulation of capital' a
sufficiently delimited concept that there is substance to its utilization
(and not used similarly to 'capitalism').  I am interested in building on
Luxemburg "Accumulation of Capital".  I am interested in struggling against
classical/neoclassical penetrations into marxist thought.

In sum, I am not much interested in what you write below.

Reconsideration of 'accumulation of capital' is basic to my overall project.


P.S. Jerry, regarding your very, very short reply earlier today, what am I
do with your "Nope. Something else entirely."; full stop?

--On 1/9/2008 10:37 AM +1030 Ian Hunt wrote:

> I can see that you want to talk about accumulation in a way that
> focuses on increase in hours worked, either because more workers work
> or workers  work more hours

(Vol.23) THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF 9-11-2001  --  U.S. softcover forthcoming
           video summary from Snowshoe Films at

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