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The Dialectic of Capital: An Unoist Interpretation
Thomas T. Sekine
Science & Society
Vol. 62, No. 3, Dialectics: The New Frontier (Fall, 1998), pp. 434-445
Published by: Guilford Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40403733
Page Count: 12
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The Hegelian dialectic, which goes beyond analytics based on formal logic, constitutes an essential component of Marxian thought. Yet a simple and straightforward introduction to the subject is hard to come by, due especially to confusion over the issue of materialism versus idealism. The following is a methodological primer in the dialectic of capital, a Marxian economic theory dialectically stated. Just as Hegel's "logic coincided with metaphysics," Marx's "coincides with economics."
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