Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The traditional argument against a Marxist vision of capital as a relentless force is that Marxism ignores the essential humanity and diversity of capitalists. However, it was only with the invention of the computer, and the elevation of the Chief Financial Officer that corporations because the truly profit-obsessed entities that Marx thought they were in the 1880s.


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