II.XIII. Principio Monista de Complementariedad (o modo monista complementario de descripción) (BORRADOR)

ISADORE NABI

Esta sección de la obra en construcción trata sobre los fundamentos del Marxismo en el contexto de la interpretación filosófica de la Mecánica Cuántica y de la Cosmología, específicamente sobre la interpretación dialéctica-materialista del colapso de onda y sobre el principio y fin del Universo.

Capital constante, salarios y Economía vulgar

Lo que aquí señala Astarita es equivalente a lo que en su momento Marx critió de Proudhon en Miseria de la Filosofía.

El objetivo de esta nota es precisar la diferencia entre el valor de una mercancía y el valor agregado por el trabajo empleado en la producción. Me motiva hacerlo una nota publicada en un periódico de izquierda, en la que se afirma que la empresa Mondelez, de la alimentación, puede pagar los salarios de sus […]

Capital constante, salarios y Economía vulgar

History Slam 214: Indigenous Voices, Resources, & Learning in Canadian Classrooms

By Sean Graham In its final report, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission included several Calls to Action regarding education. One of these was to develop and implement learning resources for all students in Canada so that more Indigenous voices, perspectives, and approaches were included in provincial and territorial curricula. As we’ve seen, however, some efforts […]

History Slam 214: Indigenous Voices, Resources, & Learning in Canadian Classrooms

III. LA DEFINICIÓN SUBJETIVA DEL VALOR COMO PRINCIPIO PSEUDOCIENTÍFICO (BORRADOR)

ISADORE NABI

Este, y otros capítulos antes subidos, pertenecen a un libro en proceso de construcción titulado “EL SISTEMA DIALÉCTICO-MATERIALISTA COMO PROGRAMA DE DEMARCACIÓN DE LAS CIENCIAS. CASO DE APLICACIÓN: LA DEFINICIÓN SUBJETIVA DEL VALOR DE LAS MERCANCÍAS COMO PRINCIPIO PSEUDOCIENTÍFICO“.

La imagen del encabezado fue tomada de http://davidharvey.org/2018/03/marxs-refusal-of-the-labour-theory-of-value-by-david-harvey/.

It’s not looking good for 2022

Economic growth The US economy unexpectedly contracted by 0.4% in the first quarter of 2022, compared to the previous quarter, due in large part to a decline in inventories and exports. Consumer and business spending continued to grow however, suggesting that activity still has some momentum. US real GDP quarterly change % Growth in the […]

It’s not looking good for 2022

Has globalisation ended?

Apart from inflation and war, what grips current economic thought is the apparent failure of what mainstream economics likes to call ‘globalisation’.  What mainstream economics means by globalisation is the expansion of trade and capital flows freely across borders.  In 2000, the IMF identified four basic aspects of globalisation: trade and transactions, capital and investment movements, migration and […]

Has globalisation ended?

Monthly lectures introducing Capital Volume 1

Karl Marx’s Capital remains the most important theoretical work explaining the capitalist mode of production from a working class and socialist perspective.  The Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) is pleased to be hosting a series of monthly lectures introducing each part of Volume 1 by Andy Higginbottom, as well as a weekly […]

Monthly lectures introducing Capital Volume 1

Fragmented France

The second round of the French presidential election returned the incumbent President Emmanuel Macron to a second term of office.  Macron won with 58.5% of the vote against the opponent, Marine Le Pen of the right-wing nationalist National Rally, who got 41.5%.  Sounds comfortable – but the voter turnout of 72% was the lowest since […]

Fragmented France

Colonias, semicolonias, países dependientes

A raíz de las notas sobre la guerra en Ucrania me han preguntado por la diferencia, establecida por Lenin, entre colonia, semicolonia y país dependiente. Dedico esta entrada a esta cuestión, que está vinculada a la problemática de la llamada liberación nacional (lo he tratado también en Economía Política de la dependencia y el subdesarrollo, […]

Colonias, semicolonias, países dependientes

The inflation debate

The inflation debate among mainstream economists rages on.  Is the accelerating and high inflation rate of commodities here to stay for some time and or is ‘transitory’ and will soon subside?  Do central banks need to act fast and firmly to ‘tighten’ monetary policy (ie cut back on injection credit into banks through purchases of […]

The inflation debate