Author’s Note: I am currently researching the extent to which Karl Marx makes a comment on ‘religion’ in his (1867) Das Kapital Vol. I. The
Author’s Note: Karl Marx points-out that many industrialists ‘resisted’ legal reforms regarding the reducing of the length of the working day (in the 1800s) through
The process of production, considered on the one hand as the unity of the labour-process and the process of creating value, is production of commodities;
Author’s Note: Whilst discussing production of ‘surplus-value’, Marx states (Page 190-191): ‘Lastly, and for this purpose our friend has a penal code of his own,
Author’s Note: Marx published his masterpiece ‘Das Kapital’ in Britain in 1867 – in its original (and his native) German language. Britain at this time,
Marx encountered Buddhism through the work of his close friend Karl Koppen – an early European expert upon Early Buddhism and Tibetan Buddhism.