From: Rakesh Bhandari (bhandari@BERKELEY.EDU)
Date: Sun Nov 13 2005 - 11:35:14 EST
On Sun, 13 Nov 2005 09:17:24 -0500 J> "You tell me whether this is essentially identical to Grossmann's > interpretation." > > In Rakesh Bhandari's pop world of psychology, one can on the > basis of alleged similarity, deduce _intent_. Even if RD did not know initially of HG's work--she certainly came to know of if it after reading Rosdolsky--she should have then admitted that most of her economic ideas were anticipated by HG. Certainly her followers today should admit to so much. I have already allowed for the fantastic possibility that RD did not know initially of HG's work. RB > > Rakesh Bhandari alone "has some basis to talk about this." This > is not because others have not read Dunayevskaya, Grossmann, and > Shoul -- but because he is the self-appointed expert on Grossmann. > The fact that other scholars of Grossmann have not come forward and > supported his interpretation/insult does not bother him one whit. Why can't I say something for the first time? Is there something about me that makes this impossible? I am one of the very people who have read HG, RD and BS very carefully. So what?
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