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Toward a superset post-marxism? //Reading Marx’s Capital Today: Lessons from Latin America

March 6th, 2017 · No Comments

There is so much useful material here that it is hard actually to sort it out: on the verge of a critique it should be declared fine the way it is. But more generally our approach has been to move to a simpler and more streamlined neo-communism, be wary of the theories in Marx’s flawed masterwork Capital, and to find a way to deal with the confusions of neo-classical economic theory, etc…
Actually our suggestions could be too disruptive: we need perhaps to find a way to make our DMNC framework a superset that can deftly work with older versions of marxism but lead skillfully to the creation of a new set of simpler perspectives. In general Marx’s capital is a flawed masterpiece that got bogged down in an intractable analysis. A simpler approach is needed, or, rather, a post-theoretical approach that deals with empirical economic systems…
Still, this essay is extremely informative about Latin American socialism, and we need to be able to change gears with our approach to mediate legacy marxisms of all types, an inevitable complication…

One hundred and fifty years ago, Karl Marx published his book Capital, an intellectual effort of great breadth, with the aim of revealing the logic of

Source: Reading Marx’s Capital Today: Lessons from Latin America | The Bullet No. 1377

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