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5.0 von 5 Sternen it is simply gorgous
it rips off the veneer and hypocrisy of capitalism shows how human being is reduced to machines
Am 6. Februar 1999 veröffentlicht

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1.0 von 5 Sternen Marx was wrong
Marx thought, we had to socialize the capital goods to achieve a better and more suitable society. But capital goods are produced things and the differentiation between "captial goods" and goods is not realy helpful.Both are produced things. For one person a "capital good" is simple a "good" and for the other person a simple good is a "capital good". We mustn't socialize...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen it is simply gorgous, 6. Februar 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Capital (World's Classics) (Taschenbuch)
it rips off the veneer and hypocrisy of capitalism shows how human being is reduced to machines
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5.0 von 5 Sternen great book, 6. Februar 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Capital (World's Classics) (Taschenbuch)
it reveals how capitalism work
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Marx was wrong, 27. Februar 2012
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Capital (Das Kapital) (English Edition) (Kindle Edition)
Marx thought, we had to socialize the capital goods to achieve a better and more suitable society. But capital goods are produced things and the differentiation between "captial goods" and goods is not realy helpful.Both are produced things. For one person a "capital good" is simple a "good" and for the other person a simple good is a "capital good". We mustn't socialize any produced thing even not the biggest one.

We had to socialize money as everybodys means of exchange.

We need a money which is doing this job. And only this one. So have a look for the idea of a socialized money to prevent humanity from worldwide socialism. Humanity needs a free world and a free market economy. Capitalism means monopolism and socialism means the state capitalism. Nothing else! Have a look at this book and you will get some new ideas:Conversations with God about money (The spirit of money)

Or have a look at this book - another style, but the same message:The Prophet and the money (The spirit of money)
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2.0 von 5 Sternen A tottally refuted work on economics, 21. April 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Capital (World's Classics) (Taschenbuch)
Capital, from Karl Marx,has to be respected as a book that moved all the intellectual scenario of the late past century and early twientieth century. But, altough Adam Smith's Wealth of the Nations still is a scientifically and theoretically valid work, the Capital was completelly refuted book (in that Karl Popper's sense). The Capital was based in a deterministic view of world, which was comprensible in that period of history, when the Newton's Science was the gratest scientific achievement. But that determinism was crushed with the advent of Enstein's theory of Relativity, and the most important of all, the advent of Quantum Mechanics, in the early years of this century. In a indirect way, the whole point made by Marx was destroyed: His premise which says that, studying the past, we can predict the future. Appling a method used in the Exact Sciences (inferential-deductive) Marx thought was possible to known the future (the inexorable Communism, coming from the struggle of classes)from simply analising the past, as the mathematics would do with a theorem. Marx viewed Economics as a static system(not the way Smith already viewed the Economics, a century earlier), and the free will as a illusion, since all ideologies was merely a subproduct of particular economic era (again determinism). And the worst of all, the moral fundaments of his revoluttionary ideals was: since we already known that capitalism will be replaced by Communism, one way or another, let's end it ourselves, right now, no matter how much blood we'll provocate. In other words is something like this: If you, my friend, are going to die one day, one way or another, I'll kill you right now! A interesting book, but only as a curiosity (because of his influence) and nothing else. As a economic work, its tottaly refuted for a long time.
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