Harvey visualizes capital at Oxford

Here’s the video of Harvey’s talk at Oxford a couple of weeks ago, again focusing on his ‘Marx project’ and related adventures in the theory of value. Although his presentations are frequently based on implicit conceptual diagrams it’s relatively rare to see him using actual slides and graphs as he does here. So much to discuss here, but the result looks fascinating.



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4 Responses to Harvey visualizes capital at Oxford

  1. Pingback: Harvey visualizes capital at Oxford | My Desiring-Machines

  2. stuartelden says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    David Harvey’s recent lecture at Oxford.

  3. lplarry says:

    I was deeply informed by this podcast and the tripartite centers of value.
    Also the difference between cycle and spiral.
    The ending where value relies on anti-value also gives deep pause.

  4. Pingback: Harvey visualizes capital at Oxford | Cobas Regione Toscana - Il Blog

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