The Process of Circulation of Capital (Capital Vol. II)

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Sprache - Englisch

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Karl Marx's 'The Process of Circulation of Capital (Capital Vol. II)' delves into the intricacies of economic theory and the movement of capital within a capitalist society. Written as a continuation of his seminal work 'Das Kapital', this second volume explores how capital is circulated and reproduced within the capitalist system. Marx's dense and analytical writing style, combined with his deep understanding of economic principles, offers readers a comprehensive look at the economic relationships that drive society. Through detailed analysis and real-world examples, Marx illustrates the complexities of capital circulation and its impact on various social classes. This work is essential for anyone looking to understand the dynamics of capitalism and its effects on society. Karl Marx, a renowned German philosopher, economist, and revolutionary socialist, wrote 'The Process of Circulation of Capital' as part of his critique of capitalism. His background in economics and social theory, coupled with his passion for social justice, fueled his desire to analyze and critique the capitalist system. Marx's deep-seated belief in the exploitative nature of capitalism and the need for social change is evident throughout his work, making 'Capital Vol. II' a cornerstone in the study of economic theory. I highly recommend 'The Process of Circulation of Capital (Capital Vol. II)' to readers interested in delving into the complexities of capitalism and economic theory. Marx's insightful analysis and critique of the capitalist system offer valuable insights into the functioning of society and the interactions between economic classes. This book is a must-read for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the economic forces at play in the modern world.

Produkt Details

Verlag: Musaicum Books

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Sprache: English

Umfang: 394 Seiten

Größe: 604,7 KB

ISBN: 9788027244973