Download Karl Marx - Capital Volume 1, 2, 3 PDF eBookCapital (or Das Capital in its original title) is one the most famous and influential works in economy philosophy, written by Karl Marx. He is a German philosopher, economist, and sociologist whose idea has been very significant to the development of social sciences and social movement. He is also one of the greatest and most important economists of all time and he has left some valuable legacies of revolutionary ideas in his books and Capital is probably the most important among his works. In these three books, Marx thoroughly examines and elaborates a highly critical analysis on capitalism.
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• Author: Karl Marx;
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Karl Marx - Capital Volume 1: Critique of Political Economy PDF eBook Download Link
PDF Pages: 505; File Size: 1.6 MB;
Published in 1867, Capital Volume I: Critique of Political Economy is the only volume published during Karl Marx’s lifetime. The book is a critical analysis of capitalism as political economy. It attempts to disclose the economic flaws in capitalist production mode and reveals how that mode precedes the socialist mode of production.
Karl Marx - Capital Volume 2: The Process of Circulation of Capital PDF eBook Download Link
PDF Pages: 373; File Size: 1 MB;
Compiled by his socialist compatriot, Friedrich Engels, Capital II: The Process of Circulation of Capital was finally published in 1885. It underlines and elaborates the ideas behind the marketplace: how value and surplus-value are realized. This book is very significant to comprehensively understand Marx’s idea to its theoretical construction.
Karl Marx - Capital Volume 3: The Process of Capitalist Production as a Whole PDF eBook Download Link
PDF Pages: 619; File Size: 1.5 MB;
Capital, Volume 3: The Process of Capitalist Production as a Whole is probably the most widely known today among the three. First published 1894, like the previous volume, it was also prepared by Engels. The book shows a view of hoe the rate of profit tends to fall when the organic fixed capital requirements of production rise as a result of advancements in production generally.