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“150 years Karl Marx’s Capital”: John Milios, Michael Heinrich, Michael Lebowitz, Etienne Balibar, Marta Harnecker, Panagiotis Sotiris…

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
150 years Karl Marx’s “Capital” – Reflections for the 21st century
14-15.1.2017 | Athens – Greece

To commemorate in 2017 the 150th anniversary of Volume 1 of Capital, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung – Athens Office in cooperation with Theseis are organizing a two-days international conference in Athens, on the actuality of Marx’s theoretical system of the critique of political economy.

Karl Marx’s major work, Capital, is broadly recognized as an indispensable point of departure for all those who are interested in deciphering and analyzing in depth the inner workings of capitalism. The system of concepts and analyses in Marx’s Capital provides radical thinkers with insights to demystify the “truths” of the dominant bourgeois theoretical schemes, ideological certainties and policy implications. It is thus of great theoretical and political importance. Marx’s “critique of political economy” in Capital and in the relevant manuscripts of the period 1857-1867 forms a unique theoretical terrain, which enables the understanding of economic and social power relations, their driving forces and evolution trends, in all societies where the capitalist mode of production is dominant. Capital remains relevant and powerful. It is particularly timely in the midst of the present systemic global economic crisis.

1 – John Milios, Welcome address and opening Speech
2 – Michael Heinrich, New readings and new texts: Marx’s Capital after MEGA2
3 – Dimitris Papafotiou, discussant of Michael Heinrich
4 – Spyros Lapatsioras & Dimitris Sotiropoulos: Marx on money
5 – Christos Vallianos, discussant of Lapatsioras & Sotiropoulos
6 – Michael Lebowitz: If you don’t understand the Second Product in Capital, you understand nothing
7 – George Economakis, Discussant of Michael Lebowitz
8 – Etienne Balibar: Marx’s capitalism and ours
9 – Panagiotis Sotiris, discussant of Etienne Balibar
10 – Marta Harnecker: How to read Capital today. Lessons from Latin America
11 – Petros Psarreas, discussant of Marta Harnecker “How to read Capital today”
12 – Soraya Lunardi & Dimitri Dimoulis: The law of capital
13 – Michael Skomvoulis, discussant of Soraya Lunardi & Dimitri Dimoulis: The law of capital
14 – John Milios: Capitalism as a social system and its origins
15 – Vassilis Droucopoulos, discussant of John Milios

Fuente: Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung

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