Leiden [The Netherlands] ; Boston : Brill, 2011.
xi, 303 pages : illustrations.
Historical materialism book series ; 26.
Formatted Contents Note
Foreword: on Marx's contemporary relevance Method The need for dialectics Dialectical logic and social phenomena The dialectics of individual and social phenomena Class-analysis and the sociology of non-equilibrium A dialectics of nature? Formal logic and dialectical logic Induction, deduction and verification Debates Recasting the issues Abstract labour as the only source of (surplus-) value The materiality of abstract labour The tendential fall in the average profit-rate (ARP) The transformation-'problem' The alien rationality of homo economicus Crises Alternative explanations The cyclical movement The subprime debacle Either Marx or Keynes Subjectivity Crisis-theory and the theory of knowledge Neither information-society nor service-society Individual knowledge Social knowledge Labour's knowledge Knowledge and value The general intellect Science, technique and alien knowledge Trans-epochal and trans-class knowledge Knowledge and transition.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (-298) and index.