Marx and Engels Collected Works Volume 32
Marx 1861 - 1863

Marx, Karl
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Publisher:  Progress Publishers
First Published:  1863
ISBN:  5-01-001089-5
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6401

Economic Manuscript of 1861-63 (Continuation). A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy.

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Table of Contents

Karl Marx
1861-63
Economic Manuscript of 1861-63 (Continuation)
A Contribution to the Critique of
Political Economy

Notebooks XII to XV, pp. 636-944.

I. The Production Process of Capital 7
5) Theories of Surplus Value 7

Ricardo's Theory of Surplus Value
9

1) Quantity of Labour and Value of Labour
32

2) Value of Labour Capacity. Value of Labour
35

3) Surplus Value
40

4) Relative Surplus Value
52

5) Theory of Profit
60

Formation of General Rate of Profit. (Average or "usual" profits)
67

Law of the Diminishing Rate of Profit
72

Theory of Accumulation
103

Ricardo's Miscellanea
174

Gross and Net Income
174

Machinery
177
j) Malthus (Thomas Robert) 209

Constant and Variable Capital
229

Malthus' Theory of Value
231

Overproduction. "Unproductive Consumers", etc
233
k) Disintegration of the Ricardian School 258

1) Robert Torrens, An Essay on the Production of Wealth etc., London, 1821
258

2) James Mill, Elements of Political Economy, London, 1821 (2nd ed., London, 1824)
274

3) Polemical Writings
298

a) Observations on Certain Verbal Disputes in Political Economy, Particularly Relating to Value, and to Demand and Supply, London; 1821
298

b) An Inquiry into those Principles, Respecting the Nature of Demand and the Necessity of Consumption, lately Advocated by Mr. Malthus etc., London, 1821
305

c) Dialogues of Three Templars on Political Economy, chiefly in Relation to the Principles of Mr. Ricardo ([The] London Magazine, Vol. IX, 1824) (author: Thomas De Quinscey)
311

d) A Critical Dissertation on the Nature, Measures, and Causes of Value; Chiefly in Reference to the Writings of Mr. Ricardo and His Followers. By the Author of Essays on the Formation and Publication of Opinions (Samuel Bailey), London, 1825
312

4) McCulloch
353

5) Wakefield
371

6) Stirling (Patrick James), The Philosophy of Trade etc., Edinburgh, 1846
371

7) John Stuart Mill, Some Unsettled Questions etc., London, 1844
373
l) Opposition to the Economists (Based on the Ricardian Theory) 373

1) The Source and Remedy of the National Difficulties etc. A Letter to Lord John Russell, London, 1821 (anonymous)
374

2) Piercy Ravenstone, M. A., Thoughts on the Funding System, and its Effects, London, 1824
392

3) Labour Defended against the Claims of Capital; or, the Unproductiveness of Capital Proved. By a Labourer, London, 1825
397

4) Thomas Hodgskin, Popular Political Economy. Four Lectures Delivered at the London Mechanics' Institution, London, 1827
397
[Revenue and Its Sources] 449

Different Forms of Capital
467

Interest a part of Profit
469
[Addenda] 542
[continued] 543
[continued] 543


Notes and Indexes
Notes 547
Name Index 564
Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature 570
Index of Periodicals 578


Illustrations
Page 645 of Notebook XII of the Economic Manuscript of 1861-1863 25
Front cover page of Notebook XIII, Economic Manuscript of 1861 - 1863 65
Page 782 of Notebook XIV of the Economic Manuscript of 1861-1863 259
Page 890 of Notebook XV of the Economic Manuscript of 1861-1863 447

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