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Marx's Temporalities
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Preface Chapter One: The Historical Materialist Appendix One: Marx as Historical Materialist. Re-reading the Eighteenth Brumaire Chapter Two: A New Phenotype Chapter Three: Capital as Phantasmagoria Appendix Two: A Contribution to the Historiography of Layers of Time Bibliography Index

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Title will be prominently featured at all of the academic conferences we attend Promotion to coincide with the annual Historical Materialism conference, which has a growing academic audience (400 graduate students and professors in 2010) Reviews will be sought from left leaning academic journals

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Massimiliano Tomba is Professor of Philosophy of Human Rights at the University of Padua. He has published many books, translations and articles, including Crisis and Critique in Bruno Bauer (2002) and La vera politica. Kant e Benjamin (2006).

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It is [Western Marxism] that commands the full attention of Massimilliano Tomba's timely and often brilliantly suggestive and informed reading of how Marxism lost its way and failed to account for the changes that Marx introduced in the 1860s and 1870s, producing Capital as a massive conceptualization of capitalism's system of time accountancy that finds in the world market the instrument to synchronize the multiple temporalities and different forms of exploitation embodied in commodities, in order to secure greater surplus value. - Harry Harootunian, Radical Philosophy
It is [Western Marxism] that commands the full attention of Massimilliano Tomba's timely and often brilliantly suggestive and informed reading of how Marxism lost its way and failed to account for the changes that Marx introduced in the 1860s and 1870s, producing Capital as a massive conceptualization of capitalism's system of time accountancy that finds in the world market the instrument to synchronize the multiple temporalities and different forms of exploitation embodied in commodities, in order to secure greater surplus value. Harry Harootunian, Radical Philosophy

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