MARX'S NOTES ON METHOD: A 'READING' OF THE '1857 INTRODUCTION'

@article{Hall2003MARXSNO,
  title={MARX'S NOTES ON METHOD: A 'READING' OF THE '1857 INTRODUCTION'},
  author={Stuart Hall},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  year={2003},
  volume={17},
  pages={113 - 149}
}
ion to a logical category – if the whole world can be drowned thus in a world of abstractions, in the world of logical categories – who need be astonished at it? Apply this method to the categories of political economy, Marx argues: and you have the logic and metaphysics of political economy . . . the categories that everybody knows, translated into a little-known language which makes them look as if they had newly blossomed forth in an intellect of pure reason . . . Up to now we have expounded… Expand
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