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Riccardo Bellofiore & Tommaso Redolfi Riva

In: The SAGE Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory

Chapter 23: Hans-Georg Backhaus: The Critique of Premonetary Theories of Value and the Perverted Forms of Economic Reality

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Hans-Georg Backhaus: The Critique of Premonetary Theories of Value and the Perverted Forms of Economic Reality
Hans-Georg Backhaus: The Critique of Premonetary Theories of Value and the Perverted Forms of Economic Reality
Riccardo Bellofiore Tommaso Redolfi Riva

Hans-Georg Backhaus was born in Remda, Germany (later the German Democratic Republic) in 1929. In the 1950s he emigrated from East to West Germany where he studied philosophy, sociology, and political economy in Heidelberg and then in Frankfurt. In 1965 he presented the fundamentals of his own interpretation of Marx’s theory of value in Adorno’s advanced seminar [Oberseminar] at the University of Frankfurt. In 1969 he wrote his best known and widely translated article Zur Dialektik der Wertform [On the Dialectics ...

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