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2018 | 3 | 81-100
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The Political Implications of Marx’s Labour Theory of Value

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In economic history value theory is simply one paradigm amongst others. It refers to an ensemble of economic ideas developed by classical political economists such as Adam Smith and David Ricardo. In the works of Karl Marx, however, value theory takes on a new meaning. It is charged with political significance and relates directly to class struggles in modern society. In this paper we will explore some aspects of Marx’s critique of capitalism as interpreted by Harry Cleaver, Isaak Illich Rubin, Roman Ro-dolsky and several other scholars.
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  • C.P. 8888, succ. Centre-ville, Montréal (Québec), H3C 3P8, Canada
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