Marx and the critique of political economy
AbstractThe present text analyzes the relation of Marx with the Political Economy Classical (EPC). It is a relation that is, first, a critical exposition of the categorical system of the EPC. It is by means of this exposition that Marx criticizes that science and thus proceeds to discover the achievements of his greatest exponents (D. Ricardo and A. Smith) and, at the same time, correct their theoretical weaknesses and inadequacies. Here, in totum, is what Marx's scholars generally do not take into account.
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