Thursday, 25 November 2010

Roberto Fineschi, The four levels of abstraction of Marx concept of "capital"




Roberto Fineschi, The four levels of abstraction of Marx concept of "capital"

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  1. Referring to the transition of Capital to particularity, particular capitals, real capitals. The intra-duality of capital [in general, universality]is conceptual, which self-divides into two capitals with separate existence, thus determining the middle term, particularity. Determinate particularity is many capitals;but only determined [ posited] particularity returns to the prior moment of capital [in general]as `plurality in general'. Movement from simple to concrete/real abstraction. Accordingly, the third moment should be individuality [ shares, credit are individuated juridically], which leaves one perplexed about the use of singularity [ besides, how does this occur in syllogistic ( Cf WL, Bk 2,`Subjective Logic', is perhaps appropriate) reasoning ?]. Sounds a poor term, or maybe i am incorrect, calling for clarification in general. I would prefer individuality.
    Regards
    Debu

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  2. Apologies for the long delay in answering. We can choose different world when translating of course; in my view, what is relevant is the content, and with singularity I mean the in intself reflected universal in hegelian terms; that is a particular subject that, in its particular action, acts as universal and leads the process toward totality. Individuality could be reffered to the concept of Individualit├Ąt, which is something else and so could be misleading. It is not Individualit├Ąt but Einzelheit, this was my point. Thanks for your comment. Bye.

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