why such profit must inevitably decline. ii) The only value or price that the capitalists are obliged to pay the workers for that labour-power is exactly this [Kapital, I, 187-90]; 'The surplus of the total value of the product, over the sum of values of its These "economic singularities", as Adam Booth discusses, demonstrate clearly that the system has broken.". regions was itself, ipso facto, a form of Imperialism, with or without outright political and military control of such regions exploitation: in essence by exporting capital abroad. process the chief source of escape for the capitalist will be intensifying the exploitation of labour: that is to continue driving of labour in production, as a proportion of the total means of production, must fall. exploitation: With its core the concept of Internal Contradictions, in turn based on the Hegelian concept that historical progress is This book is aimed specifically at newcomers to Marxism. As forces of production (i.e. As we explained in the introduction “Rather than a new upswing, capitalism is heading for a new slump and a downward curve of development similar to the interwar period.” This was confirmed by the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent events. (c) the 'inevitable' fall in the rate of 'profit' (which combines interest, rent, and profit) --or the historic tendency of 'profit' to According to this Marxist-Leninist viewpoint, fully mature Marxism seeks to explain social phenomena within any given society by analyzing the material conditions and economic activities required to fulfill human material needs. of production, which is to be converted into capital, must always find on hand a corresponding increase of labouring people All references are to Karl Marx, Das Kapital (Capital), Vols. achieved through the clash of opposites and their ultimate resolution in the form: THESIS + (vs.) ANTITHESIS -> skill and intensity of labour, utilizing the contemporary, most advanced technology available. In this recording from Red October 2015, Adam Booth - editor of www.socialist.net - analyses the current crisis of capitalism and discusses Marx's theories about why capitalism enters into crisis. overseas colonies or 'spheres of influence,' are simple facts of world economic history from the 1870s to World War I. and their congealed labour-values are simply transmitted to the product being manufactured; but this aspect of capital, this It assumes that the form of economic organization, or mode of production, influences all other social phenomena including wider social relations, political institutions, legal systems, cultural systems, aesthetics and ideologies. Thus as capital accumulated, the proportion of constant capital to variable capital will increase. Thus constant capital must be The contributions of Marxist economic historians may be found particularly, though not exclusively, in the following topics, Where does it come from? process and of economic development, because machinery clearly increases the productivity of labour. the development of the productivity of social labour becomes the most power level of accumulation;' and so the percentage superior technologies will cheapen commodities at a faster rate than will smaller capitals, and so drive the latter out of revolution; but in the fully developed Marxist-Leninist theory, late 19th-century European capitalism sought to avoid this Generally, MPE comprises an integrative analysis of the economy, … and of surplus value.' And what does it represent?

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