Re: [OPE-L] New Version of Capital Annotations

From: Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 19:57:44 EST

> Answer: the term "actualization of surplus value" uses the
> Critical Realist definitions which I consider appropriate
> when studying Marx.  Critical Realism distinguishes
> between the real, the actual, and the empirical.

Hi Hans:

So, in your view, Marx was a critical realist?


On the meaning and translation of Verwirklichungsform,
a section of  "Money as constituent of value: the ideal
extoversive form of value in Marx's _Capital_" by Geert
inspired my question:
(see p. 15)

(NB: Verwirklichungsform also referred to in some papers
that I should get around to reading someday by  [Hi Hanno]
Helmut Reichelt in
[see note #100, p. 19] and Nils Frohlich in
[p. 42]. Frolich's paper is long [118 pages] -- is it worthwhile


Thanks so much for your answers.  I'll have to mull them
over some.

Who else would like to ask Hans some questions or
comment on his annotations?

In solidarity, Jerry

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