Marx and Engels Collected Works Volume 28
Marx 1857 - 1861

Marx, Karl
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Publisher:  Progress Publishers
First Published:  1861
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6396

Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58.

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Table of Contents

Karl Marx Economic Works
1857-1861
Economic Manuscripts of 1857-58
(First Version of Capital)

First part of the Grundrisse.

Bastiat and Carey
5

Avantpropos
5

XIV. Des Sataires
11
Introduction 17
I. Production, Consumption, Distribution, Exchange (Circulation) 17

1. Production
17

2. The General Relation of Production to Distribution, Exchange and Consumption
26

(a) [Consumption and Production]
27

(b) [Distribution and Production]
32

(c) Lastly, Exchange and Circulation
36

3. The Method of Political Economy
37

4. Production. Means of Production and Relations of Production. Relations of Production and Conditions of Communication. Forms of the State and of Consciousness in Relation to the Relations of Production and of Commerce. Legal Relations. Family Relations
45
Outlines of the Critique of Political Economy (Rough Draft of 1857-58) [First Instalment] 49
II. Chapter on Money 51

Alfred Darimon, De la Reforme des Banques, Paris, 1856
51

[The Origin and Essence of Money]
78

[The Precious Metals as Expression of the Money Relationship]
110

(a) Gold and Silver in Comparison with the Other Metals
111

(b) Fluctuations in the Value Ratio of the Different Metals
115

[Money Circulation]
121

(a) [Money as Measure of Value]
123

(b) [Money as a Means of Circulation]
128

(c) Money as Material Representative of Wealth. (Accumulation of money. But first we have still to consider money as the general material of contracts, etc.)
138
[III. Chapter on Capital] 171
[Section One] [The Process of Production of Capital] 171
Chapter on Money as Capital 171

[Transformation of Money into Capital]
171

1. Circulation and Exchange Value Deriving from Circulation as a Prerequisite of Capital
190

2. Exchange Value Emerging from Circulation Becomes Its Premiss, Maintains Itself in It and Multiplies Itself by Means of Labour
194

Exchange between Capital and Labour
204

[Labour Process and Process of Valorisation]
230

[Absolute and Relative Surplus Value]
267

[Surplus Value and Profit]
291
[Section Two] [Circulation Process of Capital] 329

[Reproduction and Accumulation of Capital]
329

[Forms Preceding Capitalist Production]
399

[Circuit and Turnover of Capital]
439

[Theories of Surplus Value and Profit]
473


Notes and Indexes
Notes 541
Name Index 562
Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature 568
Index of Periodicals 576
Subject Index 577


Illustrations
Back of the cover and page 1 of Notebook M containing the Introduction 20-21
Cover of Notebook VII of the manuscript Outlines of the Critique of Political Economy 53
Page 3 of Notebook IV of Outlines of the Critique of Political Economy 303
Page 24 of Notebook IV of Outlines of the Critique of Political Economy 347

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