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His day This new translation of Volume One the only volume to be completed and edited by Marx himself avoids some of the mistakes that have marred earlier versions and seeks to do justi. I had long avoided reading Das Kapital because I thought it would be too mathematically advanced for me Taking courses with the Marxist philosopher and mathematician David Schweickart induced me to make the effort since his assignments and my own readings of Marx had already become pretty extensive and the avoidance of his most important text seemed silly So on my own now I began carrying the tome about in my backpack reading most of it at Jim's Deli across Sheridan Road from the Lake Shore Campus of Loyola University ChicagoTo my great surprise the first volume of Capital was actually a rather uick and easy read none of the formulations reuiring than the most elementary understanding of arithmetic I learned later that Marx himself only got as far as the calculus later in life Additionally it made sense as an explanation of economic behavior adding a dimension that of class not much appearing in Adam Smith the only other classical economist I'd studied seriously previously Indeed the section on Primitive Accumulation was for me emotionally powerful stuffGetting over Capital and finding it not only illuminating but fun helped me overcome my fear of economics I went on to read uite a bit in the field and began purchasing and reading the International Publishers fifty volume set of the Collected Works of Marx and Engels as they became available ultimately finishing about half of it before becoming bogged down in his notes of the mid 1860s

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Ce to the literary ualities of the work The introduction is by Ernest Mandel author of Late Capitalism one of the only comprehensive attempts to develop the theoretical legacy of Capital. READ THE SHIT OUT OF THIS FKN DOORSTOP LONG LIVE SOCIALISM

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Capital one of Marx's major and most influential works was the product of thirty years close study of the capitalist mode of production in England the most advanced industrial society of. I remember seeing a review on here for this book from a guy who said he bought two copies of this book one for himself and one for his girlfriend and that he didn't have a girlfriend any I'm bringing this up because actually my boyfriend got me this book as one of my birthday gifts none the less and I have to say for the first three hundred pages it felt like I could really empathize with the other man's girlfriend This was really really annoying to read I'm going to be honest I personally feel like a lot of my own politics align with the left and I think a lot of the ideas Marx brings up are important and good especially surplus value But like there's probably a reason people hate reading theory I think that if I have been reading this in the 1860s I would've liked it a lot because all of the things being discussed would be contemporaneous but now I know all this stuff about industrial UK in the late 1800s and I don't know what I would do with that information I think the foreword was really useful and good once again though and it did suggest not necessarily reading everything in order It also gave some context that made things easier to understand I do think some of the chapters were better than others and are much useful for the context of understanding capitalism today I also get why it was organized and structured the way it was originally to build up to the ideas Marx thought were important and wanted to juxtapose with the ideas of the economists of the dayI think I could've gotten out of this if I knew about economics honestly like the whole thing about monetary theory probably went straight over my head Honestly just glad I made it through it and I would just once again like to say that I still think reading source material is overrated and boring I think we can usually get the best main ideas from older writing in better contemporary formats The 7th Pan Book of Horror Stories (No. 7) years close study of the capitalist mode of production in England the most advanced industrial society of. I remember seeing a review on here for this book from a guy who said he bought two copies of this book one for himself and one for his girlfriend and that he didn't have a girlfriend any I'm bringing this up because actually my boyfriend got me this book as one of my birthday gifts none the less and I have to say for the first three hundred pages it felt like I could really empathize with the other man's girlfriend This was really really annoying to read I'm going to be honest I personally feel like a lot of my own politics align with the left and I think a lot of the ideas Marx brings up are important and good especially surplus value But like there's probably a reason people hate reading theory I think that if I have been reading this in the 1860s I would've liked it a lot because all of the things being discussed would be contemporaneous but now I know all this stuff about industrial UK in the late 1800s and I don't know what I would do with that information I think the foreword was really useful and good once again though and it did suggest not necessarily reading everything in order It also gave some context that made things easier to understand I do think some of the chapters were better than others and are much useful for the context of understanding capitalism today I also get why it was organized and structured the way it was originally to build up to the ideas Marx thought were important and wanted to juxtapose with the ideas of the economists of the dayI think I could've gotten out of this if I knew about economics honestly like the whole thing about monetary theory probably went straight over my head Honestly just glad I made it through it and I would just once again like to say that I still think reading source material is overrated and boring I think we can usually get the best main ideas from older writing in better contemporary formats

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