Re Steve's 4271: >I also directly criticise Bohm Bawerk for failing to understand Marx in my >papers--in fact I argue that this conservative critic (and his predecessor >Wagner) actually established the manner in which most subsequent followers >of Marx misinterpreted the master. Did you read Wagner? What is the connection between Wagner and Bohm, in general, and regarding their criticism of Marx's work? I have seen that there is a connection between Bohm and Knies. In fact, Bohms work was published in a book to "pay tribute" (is this English??) to Knies. Alejandro R.
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