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My project just take off! Firstly, I choose to start converting Marx's "Das Kapital" that I have partially translated from German to Japanese and has not been published on other Web sites to my knowledge. Of course, "Das Kapital" is original text (German). Text I used is the edition of "Marx-Engels Werke" (MEW), i.e. the forth edition. Stepping on it gradually, I wish I could perform this and follow more famous texts in the original for the purpose of study and research.akamac book review (My blog, Japanese)
Now, I put up Marx's "Theorien ?ber den Mehrwert" with assistance of Hans Ehrbar who is my good cooperator.
New materials that seem to be intersting and exciting have been added to this corner.
- Karl Marx, "Das Kapital", Erster Band (MEW, 23) (in German)
- Karl Marx, "Theorien ?ber den Mehrwert", Zweiter Teil/Achtes bis achtzehntes Kapitel (MEW, 26.2) (in German)
- Rolf Hecker, Computerfreaks, vereinigt euch! Mit Marx und Engels online, "Neues Deutschland", 24.2.1998, S. 14 (in German)
- Hans G. Ehrbar, "Annotations to Karl Marx's Capital", Study guide for his class at Economics Department, University of Utah (German/English and English version; pdf format)
Marx-Engels-Marxismus-Forschung is edited by Japanese scholars Die Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Marx-Engels-Forscher. I'm one of members editting this academic journal that is published by Hassaku-sha quarterly, Tokyo. Sorry, now, Mainly Japanese, partially German.AKAMAC Open Course Ware (Japanese)
This magazine is edited by Naoki Inose, a Japanese famaous writer. I join in the project as a main member.
JSHET is the abbreviation of "The Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought". I manage JSHET home page with other JSHET committee members; Masaharu Hattori (Rikkyo University), Aiko Ikeo (Waseda University), Ikuo Omori (Waseda University), Satoshi Niimura (Okayama University) and Shoichi Hashimoto (Kansai University). I maintain also JSHET mailing list with Kiichiro Yagi (Kyoto University).