No interpreter of Marx's Capital has been as highly esteemed by Marx or as little noticed as Nikolai Ivanovich Sieber. Yet Sieber's contribution has been overlooked by almost all of the participants in the innumerable debates sparked by Capital. This is not only a failure of exegesis, but significant as well, since Sieber's work, in fact, is a valuable coda to Capital. Several aspects of Marx's theory which remain obscure to many critics can be better grasped in the light of Sieber's exposition.
Norman Smith, D. (2001), "The spectral reality of value: Sieber, Marx, and commodity fetishism", Zarembka, P. (Ed.) Marx's Capital and Capitalism; Markets in a Socialist Alternative (Research in Political Economy, Vol. 19), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 47-66. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0161-7230(01)19003-6Download as .RIS
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