Friday, February 15, 2013
MORE STUFF FOR YOU TO READ
I have reached the point in my current many part exposition when I am going to try to summarize some of the conclusions from my 1981 journal article, "A Critique and Reinterpretation of Marx's Labor Theory of Value." I re-read the article this morning, and realized that it is extremely rich and complex -- far too complex for me to summarize all of the conclusions in this current exposition. So, using the library privileges that Duke extended to me several years ago, I went to JStor and managed to download the article. I have now posted it in PDF format on box.net. I warn you that it is a trifle hairy mathematically [well, not really that hairy -- I mean, linear algebra is basically undergraduate math, even including Perron-Frobenius theorems about maximal eigenvalues and all], but to at least some of you this will be quite manageable, and the non-mathematical parts are really quite interesting, so if you are following all of this Marx stuff with bated breath [dare I hope?], you might want to take a look at it.