Capital: A Critique of Political Economy, Vol. I. The Process of Capitalist Production

Karl Marx
Marx, Karl
(1818-1883)
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Editor/Trans.
Frederick Engels, Ernest Untermann, eds. Samuel Moore, Edward Aveling, trans.
First Pub. Date
1867
Publisher/Edition
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.
Pub. Date
1906
Comments
Das Kapital, based on the 4th edition.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Editor's Note to the First American Edition, by Ernest Untermann
Author's Prefaces to the First and Second Editions, by Karl Marx
Editor's Prefaces to the First English Translation and Fourth German Edition, by Frederick Engels
PART I. COMMODITIES AND MONEY.
I Commodities.
II Exchange.
III Money, or the Circulation of Commodities.
PART II. THE TRANSFORMATION OF MONEY INTO CAPITAL.
IV The General Formula for Capital.
V Contradictions in the General Formula of Capital.
VI The Buying and Selling of Labour-power.
PART III. THE PRODUCTION OF ABSOLUTE SURPLUS-VALUE.
VII The Labour-process and the Process of Producing Surplus-value.
VIII Constant Capital and Variable Capital
IX The Rate of Surplus-value.
X The Working day
XI Rate and Mass of Surplus-value.
PART IV. PRODUCTION OF RELATIVE SURPLUS-VALUE.
XII The Concept of Relative Surplus-value.
XIII Co-operation.
XIV Division of Labour and Manufacture.
XV Machinery and Modern Industry.
PART V. THE PRODUCTION OF ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE SURPLUS-VALUE.
XVI Absolute and Relative Surplus-value.
XVII Changes of Magnitude in the Price of Labour-power and in Surplus-value.
XVIII Various Formulæ for the Rate of Surplus-value.
PART VI. WAGES.
XIX The Transformation of the Value (and Respectively the Price) of Labour-power Into Wages.
XX Time-wages.
XXI Piece-wages.
XXII National Differences of Wages.
PART VII. THE ACCUMULATION OF CAPITAL.
Introduction
XXIII Simple Reproduction.
XXIV Conversion of Surplus-value Into Capital.
XXV The General law of Capitalist Accumulation.
PART VIII. THE SO-CALLED PRIMITE ACCUMULATION.
XXVI The Secret of Primitive Accumulation.
XXVII Expropriation of the Agricultural Population From the Land.
XXVIII Bloody Legislation Against the Expropriated, From the end of the 15th Century. Forcing Down of Wages by Acts of Parliament.
XXIX Genesis of the Capitalist Farmer.
XXX Reaction of the Agricultural Revolution on Industry. Creation of the Home Market for Industrial Capital.
XXXI Genesis of the Industrial Capitalist.
XXXII Historical Tendency of Capitalist Accumulation.
XXXIII The Modern Theory of Colonisation.
Works and Authors quoted in "Capital"
Footnotes
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