English, Labour, Publication, Society
Capital Value and Translation
In this centenary year of the publication of "Capital" Vol. I (C 1), it is appropriate that we recognize the iconic value of this work. At the same time it is necessary to re-read or reconstruct "Capital" not just to make it up-to-date, but also to rethink a lot of the orthodox interpretations of processes delineated in "Capital". This is above all a political necessity. We believe that with the increasing hegemonic character of the interpellated subjectivity of the individual it is necessary to go to the depth of many of the concepts inaugurated by Marx to uncover the possibilities of a critique of the subjectivities that are the unconscious product of the capitalist order.