Any condition Any condition.
People who bought this also bought. Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell Paperback, Spontaneous Healing by Andrew Weil Hardback, About this product Description Description.
Steve Shipside's brilliant interpretation of Karl Marx's Das Kapital, one of the most influential works of political economy of all time, illustrates the principles of Marx's philosophy with modern examples to enable 21st century businesses to grow by having a social conscience, not in spite of it. Steve Shipside is an author, journalist, and blogger.
- Post navigation!
- Shop by category.
- Modelixir Magazine 1 US!
- A Farewell to Curves.
As a trainer with the World Association of News Publishers he has worked in over a dozen newsrooms as a coach for journalists adapting to the digital world and he has worked for some twenty newspapers on ways of using social media to best advantage. Publication Data Place of Publication.
Show more Show less.
Capitalism - Wikipedia
No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire Paperback, Dangerous by Milo Yiannopoulos Hardback, 3. The Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and Their Influenc Fools, Frauds and Firebrands: Karl Marx's Das Kapital was first published in German in and is considered the most important contribution of Marx to the world of political economy.
Karl Marx’s Das Kapital
In it Marx gives a critical analysis of capitalism and its practical economic application and also a critique of other related theories. Today it is considered one of the most influential books ever written.
Here, Marx's text is interpreted for the modern-day world of business and economics. Steve Shipside's interpretation is not a substitute for the original; its purpose is simply to illustrate the timeless nature of Marx's insights by bringing them to life through twenty first century examples.
Lasseter sat through the whole thing and finally a nervous Stanton cut to the chase and asked straight out what the studio head thought of it. Except that, if you read on, Karl adds a slightly worrying clarification: