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Capital

Volume 2: A Critique of Political Economy

Karl Marx - Author

David Fernbach - Translator

Ernest Mandel - Introduction by

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ISBN 9780140445695 | 624 pages | 01 Mar 1993 | Penguin Classics | 5.07 x 7.79in | 18 - AND UP
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The "forgotten" second volume of Capital, Marx's world-shaking analysis of economics, politics, and history, contains the vital discussion of commodity, the cornerstone to Marx's theories.
Capital Volume 2

Introduction
Translator's Preface
Preface (Frederick Engels)
Preface to the Second Edition (Frederick Engels)
Book II: The Process of Circulation of Capital

Part One: The Metamorphoses of Capital and their Circuit

Chapter 1: The Circuit of Money Capital
1. First Stage. M-C
2. Second Stage. The Function of Productive Capital
3. Third Stage. C'-M'
4. The Circuit as a Whole

Chapter 2: The Circuit of Productive Capital
1. Simple Reproduction
2. Accumulation and Reproduction on an Expanded Scale
3. Accumulation of Money
4. The Reserve Fund

Chapter 3: The Circuit of Commodity Capital

Chapter 4: The Three Figures of the Circuit
(Natural Economy, Money Economy and Credit Economy)
(The Matching of Demand and Supply)

Chapter 5: Circulation Time

Chapter 6: The Costs of Circulation
1. Pure Circulation Costs
(a) Buying and Selling Time
(b) Book-keeping
(c) Money
2. Costs of Storage
(a) Stock Formation in General
(b) The Commodity Stock Proper
3. Transport Costs

Part Two: The Turnover of Capital

Chapter 7: Turnover Time and Number of Turnovers

Chapter 8: Fixed Capital and Circulating Capital
1. The Formal Distinctions
2. Components, Replacement, Repairs and Accumulation of the Fixed Capital

Chapter 9: The Overall Turnover of the Capital Advanced. Turnover Cycles

Chapter 10: Theories of Fixed and Circulating Capital. The Physiocrats and Adam Smith

Chapter 11: Theories of Fixed and Circulating Capital. Ricardo

Chapter 12: The Working Period

Chapter 13: Production Time

Chapter 14: Circulation Time

Chapter 15: Effect of Circulation Time on the Magnitude of the Capital Advanced
1. Working Period and Circulation Period Equal
2. Working Period Longer than Circulation Period
3. Working Period Shorter than Circulation Period
4. Results
5. Effect of Changes in Price

Chapter 16: The Turnover of Variable Capital
1. The Annual Rate of Surplus-Value
2. The Turnover of an Individual Variable Capital
3. The Turnover of Variable Capital Considered from the Social Point of View

Chapter 17: The Circulation of Surplus-Value
1. Simple Reproduction
2. Accumulation and Expanded Reproduction

Part Three: The Reproduction and Circulation of the Total Social Capital

Chapter 18: Introduction
1. The Object of the Inquiry
2. The Role of Money Capital

Chapter 19: Former Presentations of the Subject
1. The Physiocrats
2. Adam Smith
(a) Smith's General Perspectives
(b) Smith's Resolution of Exchange-Value into v+s
(c) The Constant Capital Component
(d) Capital and Revenue in Adam Smith
(e) Summary
3. Later Writers

Chapter 20: Simple Reproduction
1. Formulation of the Problem
2. The Two Departments of Social Production
3. Exchange Between the Two Departments: I against II
4. Exchange Within Department II. Necessary Means of Subsistence and Luxury Items
5. The Mediation of the Exchanges by Monetary Circulation
6. The Constant Capital in Department I
7. Variable Capital and Surplus-Value in the Two Departments
8. The Constant Capital in Both Departments
9. A Look Back at Adam Smith, Storch and Ramsay
10. Capital and Revenue: Variable Capital and Wages
11. Replacement of the Fixed Capital
(a) Replacement of the Depreciation Component in the Money Form
(b) Replacement of the Fixed Capital in Kind
(c) Results
12. The Reproduction of the Money Material
13. Destutt de Tracy's Theory of Reproduction

Chapter 21: Accumulation and Reproduction on an Expanded Scale
1. Accumulation in Department I
(a) Hoard Formation
(b) The Additional Constant Capital
(c) The Additional Variable Capital
2. Accumulation in Department II
3. Schematic Presentation of Accumulation
(a) First Example
(b) Second Example
(c) The Exchange of II in the Case of Accumulation
4. Supplementary Remarks

Quotations in Languages Other than English and German
Index of Authorities Quoted
General Index
Note on Previous Editions of the Works of Marx and Engels
Chronology of Works by Marx and Engels