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 Post subject: Wolfram von Engelsbach
PostPosted: Thu May 11, 2017 8:03 am 
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"The death of the poor man is the worst eventuality for the creditor. It is the death of his capital together with the interest."
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"Citizen Weston illustrated his theory by telling you that a bowl contains a certain quantity of soup, to be eaten by a certain number of persons, an increase in the broadness of the spoons would produce no increase in the amount of soup. He must allow me to find this illustration rather spoony."
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 Post subject: Re: Wolfram von Engelsbach
PostPosted: Thu May 11, 2017 10:30 am 
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Some anarchist who posts on libcom called Anarcho is claiming Marx's Poverty of philosophy is a hack-job: http://anarchism.pageabode.com/anarcho/ ... -karl-marx (also published in Anarchist Studies or something)
It is kind of long, but since you wrote a long article in the past on this work and seem to have spare time, perhaps you could come to the defense of Marx. In the Holy Family Marx still had defended Proudhon against Edgar Bauer's distortions/mistranslations, so it would reflect badly on Marx if he himself was guilty of it in his PoP, as Anarcho claims.


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 Post subject: Re: Wolfram von Engelsbach
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That's the guy who wrote the Anarchist FAQ right? Not interested. IIRC he's convinced that Marx stole every good idea he had from Proudhon. He's an Anarchist tribalist (tribal in the sense of unwaveringly loyal to anarchist thinkers, not tribalist in the political sense), you won't be able to sway him either way.

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"The death of the poor man is the worst eventuality for the creditor. It is the death of his capital together with the interest."
- Marx, Comments on James Mill -

"Citizen Weston illustrated his theory by telling you that a bowl contains a certain quantity of soup, to be eaten by a certain number of persons, an increase in the broadness of the spoons would produce no increase in the amount of soup. He must allow me to find this illustration rather spoony."
- Marx, Value, Price and profit -


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