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Paul Mason

Marks i humanizam

Summary: This article was  published in English on May 8, 2018 in the International Marxist-Humanist. The Croatian version, translated by Slavica Miletic, appeared in Pescanik, May 17, 2018  — Editor…

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Summary: This article was  published in English on May 8, 2018 in the International Marxist-Humanist. The Croatian version, translated by Slavica Miletic, appeared in Pescanik, May 17, 2018  — Editors

Peter Hudis

Croatian Translation of Peter Hudis, “From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital”

Summary: This article was translated into Croatian by Juraj Katalenac and Hrvoje Kovac and published in the philosophical journal Slobodni Filozovski  (Original English version)  — Editors

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Summary: This article was translated into Croatian by Juraj Katalenac and Hrvoje Kovac and published in the philosophical journal Slobodni Filozovski  (Original English version)  — Editors

Peter Hudis

Croatian Translation of Peter Hudis, “From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital”

This article was translated into Croatian by Juraj Katalenac and Hrvoje Kovac and published in the philosophical journal Slobodni Filozovski  (Original English version)  — Editors

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This article was translated into Croatian by Juraj Katalenac and Hrvoje Kovac and published in the philosophical journal Slobodni Filozovski  (Original English version)  — Editors

Peter Hudis

From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital

Many on the Left fail to see the current economic crisis as a structural crisis of capitalism in which capital is fighting for a redistribution of value from labor to capital as a means of its own sur…

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Many on the Left fail to see the current economic crisis as a structural crisis of capitalism in which capital is fighting for a redistribution of value from labor to capital as a means of its own survival in the face of the tendential decline in the rate of profit. Without such a recognition, it is very hard to pose the question of a viable alternative to capitalism. Based on a presentation to the July Convention of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization in Chicago – Editors