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This publication, initially released in French less than the identify "Que faire du Capital?", bargains a brand new interpretation of Marx's nice paintings. It exhibits how the newness and lasting curiosity of Marx's conception arises from the truth that, as opposed to the venture of a 'pure' economics, it truly is formulated in options that experience at the same time an financial and a political point, neither of those being separable from the opposite. Jacques Bidet conducts an exceptional research of Marx's paintings within the spirit of the heritage of technological know-how, exploring it as a technique of theoretical improvement. conventional exegesis reads the successive drafts of Capital as though they have been complementary and together illuminated each other. in truth, like several scientist, Marx purely wrote a brand new model with the intention to right the former one. He all started from principles borrowed from Ricardo and Hegel, and among one draft and the following it truly is attainable to work out those being eradicated and restructured. This labour, additionally, used to be by no means totally accomplished. the writer hence re-assesses Marx's whole approach in its set of constitutive different types: worth, marketplace, labour-power, sessions, operating classification, exploitation, creation, fetishism, ideology. He seeks to pin down the problems that those encountered, and the analytical and significant worth they nonetheless have at the present time. Bidet attaches the best value to Marx's order of exposition, which assigns every one notion its position within the total procedure, and makes the validity of the development rely on the pertinence of its preliminary presuppositions. this is often rather the case with the connection among industry mechanism and capitalism - and hence additionally among the marketplace and socialism.
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One should note that the text Jer. 30:23–24 is also found in Jer. 23:19–20. The Old Greek version has a zero-variant for Jer. 23:20. The Hebrew text of Jer. 23:19 is quite similar to Jer. 30:23 with the exception of mitgôrèr. Jer. 23:19 construes mit˙ôlèl as an accommodation to the Hebrew verb used in the closing line of the verse. LXXJer. 23:19 has a text deviating both from MTJer. 23:19 and LXXJer. 37:23. This second deviation might have been the result of the revision by Jer. b. 31:2 rbdmb ˆj axm brh ydyrc μ[ Eron yermÚn §n §rÆmƒ metå ÙlvlÒtvn §n maxa¤r& A people escaped from the sword found grace in the wilderness I found heat in the wilderness after having destructed with a sword At ﬁrst sight it seems that the Old Greek probably read ˙om instead of ˙èn and 'im instead of 'am.
Huﬀmon, ‘The Impossible: God’s Word of Assurance in Jer. L. C. ), On the Way to Nineveh: Studies in Honor of George M. Landes (AASOR Books, 4), Atlanta 1998, 173–74. 113 In MTJer. 31:39 the LXX correctly understood a form of the verb ddm. 111 abbreviation, expansion or two traditions: the text 45 In the Old Greek version this clause is rendered parallel to the preceding one. A verbum movendi is chosen to render Hebrew rqj, ‘to fathom’. No linguistic explanation on the deviations between the two verses is possible.
61 28 chapter two For they have called you an outcast Sion, she is the one whom no one looks after. For you were called scattered one, who is your prey, because no one looks after her. This is an interesting text. First, it should be noted that the Greek translator correctly renders qàr e"û làk with §klÆyhw interpreting the verb arq constructed with l e as the expression of a passive voice. The Old Greek version has rendered niddà˙àh, ‘outcast’, with §sparm°nh, ‘scattered one’, which is characteristic for Jer.