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Capital

"Capital" is the main work of German philosopher, economist and political activist Karl Marx, had a huge impact on the course of world history. The first volume of Capital was published in 1867, two volumes after the death of Marx, was prepared for publication by Friedrich Engels. .This edition is a treatment of this classical work by the German historian and economist J. Borchardt. The book is composed of fragments of three volumes of "Capital": task Y. borchardt, he said, was "to provide to talk to the marks" and give the opportunity for any reader to understand his views. .The book will be interesting not only to experts (historians, economists, philosophers), but to all who would like to see one of the most significant socio-economic theories, still calling heated debate.
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"Capital" is the main work of German philosopher, economist and political activist Karl Marx, had a huge impact on the course of world history. The first volume of Capital was published in 1867, two volumes after the death of Marx, was prepared for publication by Friedrich Engels. .This edition is a treatment of this classical work by the German historian and economist J. Borchardt. The book is composed of fragments of three volumes of "Capital": task Y. borchardt, he said, was "to provide to talk to the marks" and give the opportunity for any reader to understand his views. .The book will be interesting not only to experts (historians, economists, philosophers), but to all who would like to see one of the most significant socio-economic theories, still calling heated debate.
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Author
Маркс К.
Переплёт
Мягкий
Количество страниц
544
Формат
76х100/32
Тираж
7000
Год издания
2019
Серия
Эксклюзивная классика

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