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Marx's Capital and Hegel's Logic. Content

Marx's Capital and Hegel's Logic A Reexamination Biographical note Fred Moseley is Professor of Economics at Mount Holyoke College (Massachusetts, USA). He is the author of The Falling Rate of Profit in the Postwar United States Economy (1992) and editor ofMarx’s Logical Method: A Reappraisal (1993), New Investigations of Marx’s Method (1997), Heterodox Economic Theories: True or False? (1995), and Marx’s Theory of Money: Modern Reappraisals. He has also published numerous articles on Marxian economics in scholarly journals, including the American Economic Review, the Cambridge Journal of Economics, and the Review of Radical Political Economics.

Tony Smith is a Professor of Philosophy at Iowa State University. His books include The Logic of Marx’s Capital: Replies to Hegelian Criticisms (1990), Technology and Capital in the Age of Lean Production (2000), and Globalisation: A Systematic Marxian Account (2005). Readership Marxian economists, philosophers, and graduate students ar…

Marx's Capital and Hegel's Logic

Marx's Capital and Hegel's Logic A Reexamination


Edited by Fred Moseley, Mount Holyoke College and Tony Smith, Iowa State University


This book provides a wide-ranging and in-depth reappraisal of the relation between Marx’s economic theory in Capital and Hegel’s Logic by leading Marxian economists and philosophers from around the world. The subjects dealt with include: systematic dialectics, the New Dialectics, materialism vs. idealism, Marx’s ‘inversion’ of Hegel, Hegel’s Concept logic (universality-particularity-singularity), Hegel’s Essence logic (essence-appearance), Marx’s levels of abstraction of capital in general and competition, and capital as Hegelian Subject.


The papers in this volume were originally presented at the 22nd annual meeting of the International Symposium on Marxian Theory at Mount Holyoke College in August 2011. The twelve authors are divided between seven economists and five philosophers, as is fitting for the interdisciplinary subject of the relation bet…