Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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Contents

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pp. v-vi

Translators

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p. vii

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Preface

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Volume 34 of the Collected Works of Marx and Engels contains the conclusion of Marx's Economic Manuscript of 1861-63 (Notebooks XX-XXIII, pp. 1251-1472 of the manuscript). The manuscript as a whole is the second rough draft of Capital and makes up volumes 30 to 34 of the present edition. This volume also includes Marx's manuscript "Chapter Six. Results of the Direct Production Process" and other fragments of the Economic Manuscript of 1863...

Works

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pp. 1-2

Economic Manuscript of 1861-63

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pp. 3-4

A Contribution to the Critique

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pp. 5-6

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I) The Production Process of Capital

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pp. 7-7

XXI2 Hume and Massie (INTEREST) i) Formal and real subsumption of labour under capital. Transitional forms, k) Productivity of capital, productive and unproductive labour...

3) Relative Surplus Value

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pp. 8-8

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y) Machinery. Utilisation of the Forces of Nature and of Science (steam, electricity, mechanical and chemical agencies).

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pp. 9-61

...The relations mentioned there belong to the section we are coming to now, namely the relation between wages and surplus valued However, what was said there, all of which, properly speaking, refers to relative surplus value and therefore presupposes the magnitude of the total working day as a given quantity, needs to be supplemented...

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h) Relative and Absolute Surplus Value

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pp. 61-93

We have considered absolute and relative surplus value separately. But in capitalist production they are bound together. And it is precisely the development of modern industry which shows how they develop simultaneously, how the working day is prolonged in the same degree as necessary labour time is reduced by the development of the social productive powers of labour. It is capital's tendency...

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i) Formal and Real Subsumption of Labour under Capital.

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pp. 96-121

We have considered the two forms of absolute and relative surplus value separately, but shown at the same time how they are interconnected, and that it is precisely with the development of relative surplus value that absolute surplus value is pushed to its uttermost limit.a We have seen how the separation of the two forms brings forth differences in the relations of wages and surplus value.b...

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k) Productivity of Capital, Productive and Unproductive

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pp. 121-181

(To be cited in addition to the above on the subsumption of the different spheres of production under capital: production, on the other hand this changed shape of the mode of production, as well as the attainment of a specific level of development of the material forces of production, is the foundation and the condition — the presupposition—of capital's own formation...

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4) Reconversion of Surplus Value into Capital

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pp. 182-182

The first result of the capitalist production process—of the absorption of unpaid labour or surplus labour by capital in this process—is that the product contains a higher value than the capital contained before its entry into the process. We shall assume that the product is sold, converted back into money. The closer investigation of this process belongs to the section which follows, on the process of circulation.a For the present investigation this is presupposed. If the capital...

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a) Reconversion of Surplus Value into Capital

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pp. 183-243

The first result of the capitalist production process—of the absorption of unpaid labour or surplus labour by capital in this process—is that the product contains a higher value than the capital contained before its entry into the process. We shall assume that the product is sold, converted back into money. The closer investigation of this process belongs to the section which follows, on the process of circulation." For the present investigation this is presupposed. If the...

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ß) So-called Primitive Accumulation

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pp. 243-342

//From an earlier presentation of the, subject.116 If we consider first of all the relationship as it has become, value which has become capital (and surplus value which has become surplus capital), and living labour as mere use value confronting it, so that living labour appears as mere means for the valorisation of objectified, dead labour, for its permeation with a life-giving soul while losing its...

Capital. Book I. The Process of Production of Capital

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pp. 343-344

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Volume I of Capital. Separate Pages of the Manuscript

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pp. 393-354

...Owing to the peculiar nature of this specific commodity, labour capacity, it does not really pass into the hands of the buyer as a use value on the conclusion of the contract between buyer and seller. The exchange value of this commodity, like that of all others, is determined before it enters into circulation, because it is sold as a capacity, as a power, and a specific amount of labour time was required...

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Chapter Six. Results of the Direct Production Process

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pp. 355-466

Three points need to be considered in this chapter: 1) Commodities as the product of capital, of capitalist production; 2) Capitalist production is the production of surplus value; 3) Finally, it is the production and reproduction of the whole relation through which this direct production process is characterised as specifically capitalist. Of these 3 headings..

Unplaced Footnotes

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pp. 467-471

Notes and Indexes

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pp. 473-474

Notes

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pp. 475-497

Name Index

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pp. 498-506

Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature

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pp. 507-549

Index of Periodicals

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pp. 531-531

Subject Index

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pp. 532-555