Last Friday, it was published here the starting of this collection of presentations made by a team of the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, PolyluxMarx. Today we’ll continue with the second one. As Marx warned in the prologue of his Capital, starting is always difficult in any science and his first chapter is the most difficult in his book. So, if you continue, all will be easier now.
This is the second chapter in ‘Capital’, ‘The Process of Exchange’, where Marx explains the social and private characteristics of the process of exchange:
And the third chapter, ‘Money, or the Circulation of Commodities’. Why the money works as money? What is the value of money, and why? You’ll know it once watched this chapter: