Global Vision Publishing House


The Poverty of Philosophy by Karl Marx


Author : Edited by A.P. Thakur
ISBN : 81-8220-245-0
Edition : 1st
Year : 2008
Size : 7×4
Publisher : Global Vision Publishing House
Price : INR 490


About the Book

This book is a letter of response back from M. Proudhon to Karl Marx. This book talks about the following subjects…. The Antitheses of Use Value and Exchange Value, Constituted Value of Synthetic Value, and Applications of Law of the Proportionality of Value. It also describes the Method of the Metaphysics of Political Economy, Division of Labor and Machinery, Competition and Monopoly, Property or Ground Rent, and Strikes and Combinations of Workers. This book is easy to read in true text, not scanned images that can sometimes be difficult to decipher.

About the Editor

Karl Marx was one of the most revolutionary thinkers of  19th century. His contribution to our understanding of society has been enormous. His thought is not the comprehensive system evolved by some of his followers under the name of dialectical materialism. The very dialectical nature of his approach meant that it was usually tentative and open-ended. There was also the tension between Marx the political activist and Marx the student of political economy. Many of his expectations about the future course of the revolutionary movement have, so far, failed to materialize. However, his stress on the economic factor in society and his analysis of the class structure in class conflict have had an enormous influence on history, sociology, politics, and economics and culture.


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