ALLIEZ Éric et Peter OSBORNE, Eric-John RUSSEL (Dir.), Concept, Idea, Image. Aspects of Marx’s Capital Today, 250 p., Londres, Radical Philosophy Publishing, 2019
Capitalism : Concept, Idea, Image
Aspects of Marx’s Capital Today
Edited by Peter Osborne, Éric Alliez and Eric-John Russell
Contributors : Éric Alliez, Étienne Balibar, Tithi Bhattacharya, Boris Buden, Sara. R. Farris, John Kraniauskas, Elena Louisa Lange, Maurizio Lazzarato, Antonio Negri, Peter Osborne, Eric-John Russell, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Keston Sutherland
First in a new series of free ebooks from CRMEP.
Drawn from a conference held to mark the 150th anniversary of the first volume of Karl Marx’s Capital : A Critique of Political Economy, these essays from a range of internationally established contributors offer readers a snapshot of debates about the book’s current relevance across a variety of fields and contexts. The volume approaches Marx’s Capital as an exemplary text in the continuation of the tradition of post-Kantian European Philosophy through transdisciplinary practices of critique and concept construction. The essays are grouped into four sections : Value-Form, Ontology & Politics ; Capitalism, Feminism and Social Reproduction ; Freedom, Democracy and War ; The Poetics of Capital/Capital. Each section is accompanied by an image from the 2008 film by Alexander Kluge, News From Ideological Antiquity : Marx - Eisenstein - Capital.
This book is available as a free ebook here. The book will also be available as a paperback from Amazon in February 2019.