Marx & Engels Collected Works: Volume 35
CAPITAL, Volume I
Preface to the First German Edition (Marx) 7 Afterword to the Second German Edition (Marx) 12 Preface to the French Edition (Marx) 23 Afterword to the French Edition (Marx) 24 Preface to the Third German Edition (Engels) 27 Preface to the English Edition (Engels) 30 Preface to the Fourth German Edition (Engels) 37
Book I: The Process of Production of Capital
Part I: Commodities and Money Chapter I Commodities 45 45 51 57 58 58 59 59 63 65 70 73 73 74 74 75 76 78 80 80 81 Chapter II. Exchange 94 Chapter III. Money, or the Circulation of Commodities 103 103 113 113 124 135 140
140 145 153 Part II: The Transformation of Money into Capital Chapter IV The General Formula for Capital 157 Chapter V Contradictions in the General Formula of Capital 149 Chapter VI The Buying and Selling of Labour Power 177 Part III: The Production of Absolute Surplus Value Chapter VII The Labour Process and the Process of Producing Surplus Value 187 187 196 Chapter VIII Constant Capital and Variable Capital 209 Chapter IX The Rate of Surplus Value 221 221 230 233 238 Chapter X The Working Day 239 239 243 251 263 270 283 302 Chapter XI Rate and Mass of Surplus Value 307 PART IV: PRODUCTION OF RELATIVE SURPLUS VALUE Chapter XII The Concept of Relative Surplus Value 317 Chapter XIII Co-operation 326 Chapter XIV Division of Labour and Manufacture 341 341 344 347 356 364 Chapter XV Machinery and Modern Industry 374 374 389 397 398 406 412 420 430 440 450 462 462 464 466 468 473 483 505 PART V: THE PRODUCTION OF ABSOLUTE and RELATIVE SURPLUS VALUE Chapter XVI Absolute and Relative Surplus Value 509 Chapter XVII Changes Of Magnitude in the Price of Labour Power and in Surplus Value 519 520 524 526 527 528 530 Chapter XVIII Various Formulae for the Rate of Surplus Value 531 Part VI: Wages Chapter XIX The Transformation of the Value (and Respectively the Price) of Labour Power into Wages 535 Chapter XX Time Wages 542 Chapter XXI Piece Wages 550 Chapter XXII National Differences of Wages 558 Part VII: The Accumulation of Capital Chapter XXIII Simple Reproduction 565 Chapter XXIV Conversion of Surplus Value into Capital 578 578 584 587
Section 4. Circumstances that, Independently of the Proportional Division Of Surplus Value into Capital and Revenue Determine the Amount of Accumulation. Degree of Exploitation of Labour Power. Productivity of Labour. Growing Difference in Amount Between Capital Employed and Capital Consumed. Magnitude of Capital Advanced
595 604 Chapter XXV The General Law of Capitalist Accumulation 607 607 616 623 634 642
(a) England from 1846 - 1866
(b) The Badly Paid Strata of the British Industrial Class
(c) The Nomad Population
(d) Effect of Crises on the Best Paid Part of the Working Class
(e) The British Agricultural Proletariat
688 Part VIII: The So-Called Primitive Accumulation Chapter XXVI The Secret of Primitive Accumulation 704 Chapter XXVII Expropriation of the Agricultural Population from the Land 707 Chapter XXVIII Bloody Legislation Against the Expropriated, from the End of the 15th Century. Forcing down of Wages by Acts of Parliament 723 Chapter XIX Genesis of the Capitalist Farmer 731 Chapter XXX Reaction of the Agricultural Revolution on Industry. Creation of the Home Market for Industrial Capital 733 Chapter XXXI Genesis of the Industrial Capitalist 738 Chapter XXXII Historical Tendency of Capitalist Accumulation 748 Chapter XXXIII The Modern Theory of Colonisation 751
Notes and Indexes
Notes 765 Name Index 808 Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature 816 Index of Periodicals 852
Title Page of the First German Edition of Volume I of Capital 2 Marx's letter to Lachatre of March 18, 1872, the facsimile of which is given in the French edition of Volume I of Capital 25 Title page of the first English edition of Volume I of Capital 31
Two multipage sets of text were inadvertently omitted from the volume of the Karl Marx, Frederick Engels: Collected Works (MECW) that contains Volume I of Marx’s Capital. In 2009, the Errata providing the missing pages will be distributed to libraries possessing the MECW . To view the Errata online, click here.
The text of volume I of Capital that can be found online in the Marx/Engels Collected Works section of the Marxists Internet Archive under volume 35 of the Collected Works does not have these pages missing. Before volume 35 had been printed, this text had been copied from the three-volume edition of Capital published in 1965 by Progress Publishers (Moscow), reprints of which were subsequently copublished by them with International Publishers (NY) and Lawrence &Wishart (UK). The text for the missing pages in this errata was taken from that edition.
Thanks to Erwin Marquit.