Summary: This article, “Dark-e Marks az badil-e sarmayeh dari: Barresi-ye asari jadid az Peter Hudis” [Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism: Examining a New Work by Peter Hudis] discusses Hudis’s Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism. It originally appeared on the Iranian website Critique of Political Economy and can be accessed HERE.
Contents of the article: Hudis and the range of his study are introduced, including his views on “objectivist” and “subjectivist” tendencies within Marxism, as well as on Tony Smith and Raya Dunayevskaya; Part 1: What is value and where does it come from?; Part 2: How can the production of value be transcended?; Part 3: Free Individuality or human power not as a means but as an end in itself; Part 4: Is there a relationship between Hegel’s dialectic of negativity and the transcendence of capital?; Conclusion: On Hudis’s view that Marx had critical concepts and suggestions that could help future generations work out a coherent alternative to capitalism; Also on Marx as a philosopher who created a foundation for uniting objectivity and subjectivity.