By Bob Becking
This booklet, initially released in French below the name "Que faire du Capital?", deals a brand new interpretation of Marx's nice paintings. It exhibits how the newness and lasting curiosity of Marx's conception arises from the truth that, as opposed to the venture of a 'pure' economics, it truly is formulated in options that experience at the same time an fiscal and a political element, neither of those being separable from the opposite. Jacques Bidet conducts an exceptional research of Marx's paintings within the spirit of the heritage of technological know-how, exploring it as a strategy of theoretical improvement. conventional exegesis reads the successive drafts of Capital as though they have been complementary and collectively illuminated each other. actually, like several scientist, Marx in simple terms wrote a brand new model which will right the former one. He begun from principles borrowed from Ricardo and Hegel, and among one draft and the following it truly is attainable to work out those being eradicated and restructured. This labour, additionally, was once by no means totally accomplished. the writer therefore re-assesses Marx's whole approach in its set of constitutive different types: worth, industry, labour-power, sessions, operating type, exploitation, construction, fetishism, ideology. He seeks to pin down the problems that those encountered, and the analytical and important price they nonetheless have this day. Bidet attaches the best value to Marx's order of exposition, which assigns every one suggestion its position within the total approach, and makes the validity of the development depend upon the pertinence of its preliminary presuppositions. this can be really the case with the connection among marketplace mechanism and capitalism - and hence additionally among the industry and socialism.
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Extra info for Between Fear And Freedom: Essays On The Interpretation Of Jeremiah 30-31 (Oudtestamentische Studien)
Pace Zlotowitz, Septuagint Translation. 48 chapter two the Masoretic traditions could probably be solved by redaction-critical investigations in the Book of Jeremiah. In the next chapters an interpretation of the Book of Consolation will be elaborated. After the text-critical inquiry, I feel free to choose to interpret the Hebrew text as it stands, be it with one or two modiﬁcations. This choice is based on the outcome of this chapter that the most plausible way to explain the textual diﬀerences between MT and LXX is to assume that there have been two diﬀerent textual traditions of the Jeremiah material.
This implies that the view of Fischer that the Old Greek has a less outspoken interpretation of God’s reaction to Israel’s breaking of the covenant93 is less probable. This also implies that the proposal of Condamin94 that bà'altî is a corruption within the Masoretic tradition from an original gà'altî, is rather improbable. Note that the Targum also removed the possibility of an identiﬁcation of Yhwh with Baal, albeit in a more 90 See also J. Høgenhavn, ‘Den nye pagts dage: Nogle eksegetiske bemærkinger til Jeremias 31,31–34’, in: L.
86 So, among others, Lohﬁnk, ‘Gotteswortverschachtelung’, 118 n. 27; Holladay, Jeremiah 2, 153. 87 Pace McKane, Jeremiah II, 801. 88 MT is supported by the Peshitta. On the level of meaning, it should be noted that the Old Greek version makes a clear distinction in time between the now in which Ephraim bewails and the time about which it feels ashamed. In doing so a perfect parallel is construed with the words ÙneidismÚn §k neÒthtÒw mou, ‘the disgrace of my youth’, in the closing line of the verse.