Collected Works, Vol. 24: Marx and Engels: 1874-1883 by Frederick Engels Karl Marx

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He exposes the dishonest tricks used by bourgeois economists in their “criticism” of him, their idealist approach to the analysis of economic phenomena and interpretation of them as reflections of the evolution of le­ gal standards. Replying to Wagner’s criticism of the theory of value in Capital, Marx stresses that for him the subject is not “value” and XXX Preface not “exchange value” but commodity (p. 544). Here he sets forth his method of analysing the commodity, the foundations of its “duality” determined by the dual character of labour em­ bodied in it— its specific determinateness, on the one hand, and simply as the expenditure of human labour power, on the other.

II, Part II, Ch. II, p. — E d b Karl von Thaler, “Rothe Jesuiten”, Neue Freie Presse (Morgenblatt), Nos. a First let us remark that the Bakuninists are here presented simply as “ Federalists”, as opposed to the alleged Centralists, as if the author believed in this non-existent opposition invented by the Bakuninists. That this was not, in fact, the case will become evident. Second, let us remark that from this feuilleton, written to order for such a venal bourgeois sheet as the Vienna Neue Freie Presse, the conclusion is drawn that genuine revolutionaries should not expose merely ostensible revolutionaries because these mutual accusations provide amusement for the bourgeois and govern­ ments.

Proclaim this in a manifesto, England and France will bite their lips, and as for Austria it will be her death-blow.... All the Poles, even the most irreconcilable, will fly to our embrace; the Austrian and Prussian Poles will reunite with their brothers. ), even the Slavonians of Turkey, will long for the hour when they shall be able to breathe as freely as the Poles. ” 8 Unfortunately, this beautiful plan lacked only the main thing: the consent of Poland. 3 The address then explains in further detail how Poland has confirmed this unshakeable decision of hers.

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