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Re-reading Marx - New Perspectives after the Critical Edition

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
July 10th- 13th, 2006

Aula 1, Via Salvecchio 19
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Bergamo
Bergamo Alta


PROGRAMME

MONDAY JULY 10th

  • 08:45           Welcome address
                            GIANCARLO GRAZIOLA
                       (Head of the Department of Economics, University of Bergamo)

  •                         MARIO CINGOLI
                       University of Milano-Bicocca, National Coordinator of 2004 PRIN

       Morning session

  • 09:00          MICHAEL HEINRICH (Fachhochschule fŘr Technik und Wirtschaft -                         University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany)
                       Reconstruction or Deconstruction? Methodological Controversies about value and
                       capital and new insights by the critical edition

  • 10:50           Coffee break

  • 11:10             ROLF HECKER (MEGA Editor, Berlin, Germany)
                       New Perspectives opened by the publication of the original manuscripts
                       of Das Kapital, Volume II

  • 13:00           End of the morning session

  • MONDAY JULY 10th

       Afternoon session

  • 15:00            REGINA ROTH (Berlin Brandeburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities -                         MEGA project, Berlin, Germany)
                       New Perspectives opened by the publication of the original manuscripts
                       of Das Kapital, Volume III

  • 16:50           Coffee break

  • 17:10             ROBERTO FINESCHI (University of Siena, Italy)
                       Dialectics of the commodity and the exhibition of value. The German debate since
                       the 70s: a personal survey

  • 19:00           End of the afternoon session



  • TUESDAY JULY 11th

       Morning session

  • 09:00             ROBERTO FINELLI (University of Bari, Italy)
                       The presupposition-posit circle in the Grundrisse. Marx beyond historical
                       materialism

  • 10:50           Coffee break

  • 11:10             CHRISTOPHER J. ARTHUR (University of Sussex, England)
                       The possessive Spirit of Capital

  • 13:00           End of the morning session

  • TUESDAY JULY 11th

       Afternoon session

  • 15:00             TONY SMITH (Iowa State University, U.S.A.)
                       Machinery, Productivity Gains, and Capitalist Ideology: An Examination
                       of Marx's 1861-63 Manuscripts

  • 16:50           Coffee break

  • 17:10             FRED MOSELEY (Mount Holyoke College, U.S.A.)
                       The development of Marx's theory of the distribution of surplus value in
                       the Manuscripts of 1861-63

  • 19:00           End of the afternoon session



  • WEDNESDAY JULY 12th

       Morning session

  • 09:00             MARTHA CAMPBELL (Suny Potsdam, U.S.A.)
                       Commercial and Interest-Bearing Capital in the 1861-63 Manuscripts

  • 10:50           Coffee break

  • 11:10             PATRICK MURRAY (Creighton University, U.S.A.)
                       The Place of The Results of the Immediate Production Process in Capital

  • 13:00           End of the morning session

  • WEDNESDAY JULY 12th

       Afternoon session

  • 15:00             MASSIMILIANO TOMBA (University of Padova, Italy)
                       From History of Capital to History in Capital. The intensity of labour and the
                       integration between absolute and relative surplus value in Marx's Manuscripts
                       of the 60s and 70s

  • 16:50           Coffee break

  • 17:10             RICCARDO BELLOFIORE (University of Bergamo, Italy)
                       Lost in translation? The beginning of Capital as a problem

  • 19:00           End of the afternoon session



  • THURSDAY JULY 13th

       Morning session

  • 09:00             GEERT REUTEN (University of Amsterdam,The Netherlands)
                       Marx's rate of profit transformation: problem within a false setting

  • 10:50           Coffee break

  • 11:10             MICHAEL KR─TKE (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
                       Capitalism and its crises. Is there a theory of crisis in Marx's critique of political
                       economy?

  • 13:00           End of the Conference


Financial support by:

Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Bergamo











Dipartimento di Filosofia e Scienze Sociali
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Siena
   











The Conference is part of the Bergamo Unit activities for the Inter-University Research Program "Issues of German Classical Philosophy: Edition of Texts and Critical Studies" 2004 PRIN (funded by The Italian Ministry of University), for which Mario Cingoli is the National Coordinator and Riccardo Bellofiore is the Local Coordinator.

Scientific Committee
Riccardo Bellofiore, University of Bergamo
Mario Cingoli, University of Milano-Bicocca
Roberto Fineschi, University of Siena
Fred Moseley, Mount Holyoke College

Organiser
Riccardo Bellofiore
Email address: riccardo.bellofiore@unibg.it


Secretary of the Conference
Simona Locatelli
Email address: eventidse@unibg.it

Free Attendance

Invitation.pdf



Abstracts
Michael Heinrich, Fachhochschule fŘr Technik und Wirtschaft - Reconstruction or Deconstruction? Methodological controversies about value and capital and new insights by the critical edition.
Rolf Hecker, MEGA Editor - New perspectives opened by the publication of Marx's manuscripts of Capital,vol. II
Regina Roth, Berlin Brandeburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities - New perspectives opened by the publication of the original manuscripts of Capital vol. III
Roberto Fineschi, University of Siena - Dialectics of the commodity and its exhibition. The German debate since the 70s: a personal survey
Roberto Finelli, University of Bari - The presupposition-posit circe in the Grundrisse. Marx beyond historical materialism
Christopher J. Arthur, University of Sussex - The possessive spirit of capital
Tony Smith, Iowa State University - Machinery, Productivity Gains, and Capitalist Ideology: An Examination of Marx's 1861-63 Manuscripts
Fred Moseley, Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts, USA - The developement of Marx's theory of the distribution of surplus-value in the manuscript of 1861-63
Martha Campbell, Postdam Univ. Commercial and Interest Bearing Capital in Marx's 1861-63 Manuscripts
Patrick Murray, Creighton Univ. - Omaha "The Place of the Results of the Immediate Production Process in Capital"
Massimiliano Tomba, University of Padova - From History of Capital to History in Capital
Riccardo Bellofiore, University of Bergamo - Lost in translation? The beginning of Capital as a problem
Geert Reuten, University of Amsterdam, Department of Economics - Marx's rate of profit transformation: problem within a false setting
Michael R. Krńtke, Univ. of Amsterdam - Capitalism and its Crises. Is there a Theory of Crisis in Marx' Critique of Political Economy?


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