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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

ENFIN

And so, my long story comes to an end with this seventh and final lecture on Marx.  I hope you find it of interest.  After thirty videotaped and posted lectures, I am going to take a little break.

Enjoy!

3 comments:

F Lengyel said...

Setting the rate of return to labor « the return to capital was a good idea that avoids the "corn value of labor" problem. There's no need to dismiss this as "trivial" (the judgment trivial is not a theorem): applied mathematics only has to be true.

Écrasez L'infâme said...

I’m still on the fifth. And I haven’t typed up my notes for the fourth yet, either. I guess I have to put in more concrete labour and less abstract.

Terry Williams said...

Michael Roberts has just written a new book, Marx 200, published by Lulu. I thought you might be interested in reading it