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Karl Marx
Jacques Bidet: Book Review: Capital in context
International Socialism Journal nr. 151, jul 16 – side 203
Note: A review of Alex Callinicos, Deciphering Capital: Marx’s Capital and its Destiny (Bookmarks, 2014), £14.99
Deciphering Capital by Alex Callinicos is the impressive balance sheet of some 30 years of research. Its starting point is a thesis completed at Oxford in 1978 entitled “The Logic of Capital”, which distanced him at one and the same time from both the surrounding Hegelian Marxism and the empiricism of Ernest Mandel.
Fred Moseley: Book Review: Marx’s research notebooks and globalisation
International Socialism Journal nr. 148, okt 15 – side 195
Note: A review of Lucia Pradella, Globalization and the Critique of Political Economy: New Insights from Marx’s Writings (Routledge, 2014), £90

In this pioneering book Lucia Pradella examines Marx’s research notebooks that have been published for the first time in recent years in the monumental Marx-Engels-Gesamtausgabe (MEGA) collection (planned to be 110 volumes in all, 69 of which have been published).
Brian O’Boyle: Review: Alex Callinicos, Deciphering Capital
Irish Marxist Review (Irland) nr. 11, dec 14 – side 76
Note: In Deciphering Capital, Alex Callinicos adds an important contribution to the list of commentators who see Capital as the crowning achievement of political economy.
Mark Thomas: Why read Wage-Labour and Capital?
Socialist Review nr. 380, maj 13 – side 35
Note: Karl Marx’s pamphlet Wage Labour and Capital first appeared as a series of articles in Neue Rheinische Zeitung, the newspaper that Marx edited during the 1848-9 revolution that swept Germany and Europe.
Stacey Whittle: Book review: Philosophy on the barricades
International Socialism Journal nr. 127, jul 10 – side 209
Note: Peter Hudis and Kevin B. Anderson (eds), Raya Dunayevskaya: The Power of Negativity—Selected Writings on the Dialectic in Hegel and Marx (Lexington Books, 2002), £16.95
The relationship of Marx and historical materialism to Hegelian dialectics has long been a source of argument amongst Marxists and non-Marxists alike. The great value of Raya Dunayevskaya’s work, and of these selected writings, is to leave no shadow of doubt that Marx’s entire work (despite allegations of an “epistemological break” between his early “philosophy” and later “economic” work) is indebted to Hegel’s historical and philosophical dialectic. Her aim is to demonstrate the relationship of the Hegelian revolution in philosophy to Marx’s philosophy of revolution.
Amy Leather: The struggle for the heart of Marx
Socialist Worker nr. 2179, nov 09 – side 13
Note: Karl Marx’s ideas have seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years. Most mainstream commentators, however, concentrate on Marx’s economic theories and tend to ignore the other fundamental aspect of his politics – his belief in the ability of the working class to liberate itself.
Jonathon Collerson: Book review: Marx misread
International Socialism Journal nr. 123, jul 09 – side 205
Note: Stephen Shapiro, How to Read Marx’s Capital (Pluto Press, 2008), £12.99
In How to Read Marx’s Capital, Stephen Shapiro gives a near chapter by chapter reading of the first volume of Capital. But the act of paraphrasing imbues the text with a definite interpretation and Shapiro’s version of Marx’s theory of value undermines his otherwise adequate reading of topics such as the working day, the division of labour and primitive accumulation.
Joseph Choonara: Unravelling Capitalism: A Return to Marx
Socialist Worker nr. 2152, maj 09 – side 13
Note: Joseph Choonara talked to Socialist Worker about his new book Unravelling Capitalism and the renewed interest in Marxist economic ideas
Feiyi Zhang: Book Review: Laying the groundwork
International Socialism Journal nr. 121, jan 09 – side 181
Note: Marcello Musto (ed), Karl Marx’s Grundrisse: Foundations of the Critique of Political Economy 150 Years Later (Routledge, 2008), £65
The current global financial meltdown highlights the need to both grasp and apply Karl Marx’s analysis of the crisis-prone and exploitative capitalist economy. The Grundrisse is a manuscript in which Marx elaborated his plan for his major work, Capital, and developed his understanding of the central characteristics of capitalism.
Simon Basketter: What Marx really said
International Socialism Journal nr. 110, mar 06 – side 186
Note: A review of Hal Draper and E Haberkern, Karl Marx’s Theory of Revolution Volume V: War and Revolution (Monthly Review Press, 2005), $17.99.
Mark Thomas: Philosophy and the masses (Stathis Kouvelakis: "Philosophy and Revolution: From Kant to Marx")
International Socialism Journal nr. 99, jun 03 – side 139
John Bellamy Foster: Marx's ecology in historical perspective
International Socialism Journal nr. 96, sep 02 – side 71
Note: JOHN BELLAMY FOSTER draws on his excellent recent book, "Marx's Ecology", in order to give a devastating reply to those who argue that Marx and the Marxist tradition have had little to say on environmental and ecological issues.
Hans Erik Madsen: Francis Wheen: “Karl Marx – et liv”: Brug Marx i dag
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 190, feb 01 – side 6
Note: “Det er på tide at skære igennem al mytologien og forsøge at genopdage manden Karl Marx.”
Peter Morgan: The man behind the mask (Francis Wheen: "Karl Marx")
International Socialism Journal nr. 85, dec 99 – side 107
Note: Karl Marx's continuing popularity is confirmed by the widespread acclaim for Francis Wheen's new biography, reviewed here by Peter Morgan.
Ole Andersen: Hvor fik Marx sine ideer fra?
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 174, aug 99 – side 4
Note: Karl Marx’s ideer og teorier har altid spillet en større eller mindre rolle i arbejderklassen og dens partier – lige fra Socialdemokratiet til IS.
Chris Harman: Marxismens klassikere: Historisk materialisme
Socialistisk Revy nr. 10, dec 98 – side 26
Note: Karl Marx: "Teser om Feuerbach" + Karl Marx og Friedrich Engels: "Den tyske ideologi"
Historisk materialisme er det navn, man normalt giver til Marx' beskrivelse af, hvordan et samfund udvikler sig og forandres.
John Rees: The return of Marx?
International Socialism Journal nr. 79, jun 98 – side 3
Note: 150 years after its first publication there are 14 different editions of The Communist Manifesto now in print in Britain alone. Last year 80,000 copies of just one of these editions were sold. In an extended editorial John Rees examines the revival of interest in Marx among media pundits and academics and assesses what this means for the working class movement.
Lindsey German: Reflections on The Communist Manifesto
International Socialism Journal nr. 79, jun 98 – side 13
Note: The Manifesto was written during the revolutionary years of the 1840s, and in a major article Lindsey German examines these revolutions and explains the Manifesto's continuing relevance for understanding and changing the world today.
Frank Antonsen: Mads P. Sørensen, Peter Bjørntoft, Ulf V. Olsen (red.): "Kodeord: Marx – nye læsninger": Mislæsning af Marx
Socialistisk Revy nr. 2, mar 98 – side 28
Note: Det er interessant, at Forlaget Modtryk før årsskiftet udgav Kodeord: Marx – nye læsninger. Man må formode at forlagets initiativ skyldes en voksende interesse for Marx. Det er også glædeligt, at bogens forfattere klart slår fast, at Stalin og Mao intet har med marxisme at gøre. Men så er det positive også sagt.
Jane Elderton: Ideer der kan forandre verden
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 124, nov 95 – side 6
Note: Marxismen bliver ofte afvist som forældet. Jane Elderton forklarer hvordan vi kan bruge marxismen til at forstå den verden vi lever i, og hvordan vi kan forandre den.
Derek Howl: The legacy of Hal Draper
International Socialism Journal nr. 52, sep 91 – side 137
Note: Review: Hal Draper: “Karl Marx’s theory of revolution, Volume IV, Critique of other socialisms”
Colin Barker: Book Review: A rich legacy
Socialist Review nr. 143, jun 91 – side 18
Note: Hal Draper: Karl Marx’s Theory of Revolution. Volume IV: Critique of Other Socialisms
Socialism has always had two opposing traditions: the reformist tradition of socialism from above and the revolutionary tradition of socialism from below. The latest volume of Hal Draper’s Karl Marx’s Theory of Revolution examines the rivals to Marx and is reviewed here by Colin Barker.
Duncan Hallas: Marx' vej til marxismen (1985)
Socialist Review nr. 81, nov 85 
Peter Green: Review: The First International And After
International Socialism Journal (1st series) nr. 74, jan 75 – side 30
Note: The First International And After: Political Writings, Vol.3
Karl Marx
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