How, Why, and Through What Is a Commodity Money?
Band: 154, 194 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 239 mm, Gewicht: 476 g
Reihe: Historical Materialism Book Series
Verlag: BRILL ACADEMIC PUB
Kuruma Marx’s Theory of the Genesis of Money
This work includes an English translation of the full text of Kuruma’s book, Kachikeitai-ron to kokankate-ron (Theory of the Value Form and Theory of the Exchange Process) (Iwanami Shoten, 1957) and a slightly abridged version of Part I of Kahei-ron (Theory of Money) (Otsuki Shoten, 1979). It is a substantially revised edition of the English translation under the same title, Marx's Theory of the Genesis of Money, that was self-published by the translator (Outskirts Press, 2008).
Weitere Infos & Material
Notes on the Text
Introduction to This Edition
Theory of the Value Form and Theory of the Exchange Process
1 Theory of the Value Form and Theory of the Exchange Process
2 Why is the Want of the Commodity Owner Abstracted from in the Theory of the Value Form? (A Response to the View of Kozo Uno)
Uno’s First Argument
Uno’s Second Argument
Uno’s Third Argument
Marx’s Theory of the Genesis of Money (An Interview Conducted by Teinosuke Otani)
1 The Questions ‘How, Why and through What’ (The Genesis of Money)
2 Riddle of the Money Form and the Riddle of Money
3 Difference between the First and Second Edition of Capital
4 The Significance of the ‘Why Question’ (The Particularity of Commodity Production and the Essence of Value)
5 In What Sense is the Simple Value Form ‘Accidental’?
6 The ‘Detour’ of Value Expression
7 The Meaning of the ‘Formal Content of the Relative Expression of Value’ (Hegel’s Theory of Judgment and Marx’s Theory of the Value Form)
8 How the Development of the Value Form Unfolds (Neither a Historical Development Nor the ‘Self-Development of a Concept’)
9 The Meaning of Abstracting from the Individual Want of the Commodity Owner (Nobuteru Takeda’s Criticism of Kuruma)
10 What is the ‘Dialectic’ in the Case of the Value Form?