Miscellaneous


Moseley’s Method of Debate: a comment from a Belgian Marxist youth

 
by Roel van de Pol
 

For some time, I have been posting comments in With Sober Senses on the debate between Fred Moseley and Andrew Kliman around Moseley’s interpretation of Marx’s value theory.[1] Before continuing to participate in this debate, I would like to draw attention to the tactics that Moseley has recently been employing. It is important that observers and participants should notice the problems they present.
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All Value-Form, No Value-Substance: Comments on Moseley’s New Book, Part 13

by Andrew Kliman

Here is the thirteenth installment of “All Value-Form, No Value-Substance,” the series of comments I’m writing on Fred Moseley’s new book, Money and Totality: A Macro-Monetary Interpretation of Marx’s Logic in Capital and the End of the “Transformation Problem.” It responds to part of Moseley’s reply to the twelfth installment. Read More

All Value-Form, No Value-Substance: Comments on Moseley’s New Book, Part 12

by Andrew Kliman

Here is the twelfth installment of “All Value-Form, No Value-Substance,” the series of comments I’m writing on Fred Moseley’s new book, Money and Totality: A Macro-Monetary Interpretation of Marx’s Logic in Capital and the End of the “Transformation Problem.” [Editor’s note, Nov. 7, 2016: the link now takes you to the corrected version of the 12th installment rather than to the original version.] It responds to part of Moseley’s reply to the eleventh installment. Read More