[OPE-L:4846] Re: Is TSS a Copernicun revolution?

From: (rieudm@cuvic.cnu.ac.kr)
Date: Wed Feb 07 2001 - 20:42:26 EST


Jerry wrote 
> If there has been a Copernican revolution in Marxian value theory that
> allows us to account for today's global economy,
> then what are the subjects concerning the global economy that all TSS
> Copernicans can agree on?  This is not a sarcastic question -- I really want
> to know.

I really agree with Jerry on this point.
TSS theory is "an" interpretation, if not the only interpretation faithful to Marx's original meaning, of Marx's value theory.
What analytical difference TSS interpretation can bring in examining more concrete issues on capitalist economy, more concrete level  than moral depreciation or TRPF?
This is not a sarcastic question, either. I also really want to know.

Dong-Min Rieu
Dept. of Economics, Chungnam National University
220 Kung-Dong, Yusong-Gu, Taejon 305-764, Korea(S.)
rieudm@cnu.ac.kr
http://business.cnu.ac.kr/~dmryu



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