El Marx del proceso
Aguilar Martínez, José Luis
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“El Marx del proceso” (José Luis Aguilar Martínez). In this paper we intend to address the contentious issue of history as Marx process. Our main thesis is that Marx poses a plurality of solutions to bring the future of the process that aims both to break and overcome capitalism. Hence we say that there is no unified on the issue but rather a hierarchy of solutions depending on the immanence of the capitalist production process criteria. The more remote the solution is found regarding the production process have less value for the sense of modern history and vice versa. To defend this thesis, we have structured the work into three parts. A first part where we present a philosophical interpretation of the origin of the process and its conditions grasp: by way of will and by way of the story. A second that aims to show the different conceptions of process limit: as severe political boundary as tendential law that measures accumulation and profit. A third where we explicit the properly dialectical content of Marx’s theory of surplus value. And finally, some final considerations in which we conclude that the dialectic ends bringing order to the pluralism of solutions presented by Marx especially if you consider a “Aufhebung” as overcoming the economic contractualism to end the relationship of labor to capital.
Palabras clave: Filosofía; Theoría. Revista del Colegio de Filosofía;
Aguilar Martínez, José Luis. “El Marx del proceso”. Theoría: Revista del Colegio de Filosofía 30-31 (2016): 171-190.
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, México. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México