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The Post-Industrial, Post-Modern Theory of Value and Surplus-Value

(Deconstructing the Marxist Fetishism of value)

Published on in “Politics, Politics”, language — English. 32 pages.
The Post-Industrial, Post-Modern Theory of Value and Surplus-Value: (Deconstructing the Marxist Fetishism of Scientifically Quantifiable Value and Labor-Power) The article puts forward a new conception of labor-power on the broader platform of creative-power, while also constructing an new interpretation of how value, price, profit and wages are formed and determined. More
The Post-Industrial, Post-Modern Theory of Value and Surplus-Value: (Deconstructing the Marxist Fetishism of Scientifically Quantifiable Value and Labor-Power) The article critiques Marx's notion of labor-power, re-establishing it on the larger platform of creative-power, while, also constructing a new formulation of how value, price, profit and wages are formed and determined. Increasingly the authority and power of a network establishes value, price, profit and wages on arbitrary standards. More
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