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ENGELS 200. Special Webinars on Friedrich Engels and his contribution to Marxism on the 200th anniversary of his birth, Saturday 28 November

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ENGELS 200. Special Webinars on Friedrich Engels and his contribution to Marxism on the 200th anniversary of his birth, Saturday 28 November About this Event 10.00 am (UK time) Michael Roberts: Engels – the first critique of political economy Engels was the first Marxist before Marx and was first to develop of critique of contemporary economics and the nature of capitalism. Stavros Mavroudeas: Engels on editing Capital and defending Marx’s law of profitability Engels has been criticised for distorting Marx’s views when editing Capital and thus Marx’s theory of crises: is this right? 2pm (UK time) Camilla Royle: Engels on the dialectics of nature Engels foresees the exploitative relationship between humanity and nature under capitalism Michael Roberts:

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ENGELS 200. Special Webinars on Friedrich Engels and his contribution to Marxism on the 200th anniversary of his birth, Saturday 28 November

About this Event

10.00 am (UK time)

Michael Roberts: Engels – the first critique of political economy

Engels was the first Marxist before Marx and was first to develop of critique of contemporary economics and the nature of capitalism.

Stavros Mavroudeas: Engels on editing Capital and defending Marx’s law of profitability

Engels has been criticised for distorting Marx’s views when editing Capital and thus Marx’s theory of crises: is this right?

2pm (UK time)

Camilla Royle: Engels on the dialectics of nature

Engels foresees the exploitative relationship between humanity and nature under capitalism

Michael Roberts: Engels’ contribution to Marxian political economy after Marx’s death

Engels on cycles and depressions, fictitious capital and financial crises, and war and imperlalism

Michael Roberts is a Marxist economist who worked in the City of London for over 30 years. He is author of The Great Recession – a Marxist view (2009); The Long Depression (2016) and Marx 200 (2018). His new book, Engels 200 has just been published. He blogs at thenextrecession.wordpress.com

Camilla Royle teaches at King’s College, London and the LSE. She is the author of A Rebel’s Guide to Engels (Bookmarks, 2020) and “Engels as an Ecologist” in Engels in the 21st Century: Re-examination from a Critical Perspective (Palgrave, forthcoming 2020) @camillaroyle on Twitter.

Professor Stavros Mavroudeas of Panteon University, Athens, Greece is the author of several books including The Limits of Regulation.

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Greek Capitalism in Crisis

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Livestreamed on You Tube and Facebook (Michael Roberts economist YOUTUBE CHANNEL, Michael Roberts blog FACEBOOK SITE, Revista Nueva Realidad Facebook site and Youtube Channel )and Bookmarks the socialist bookshop social media.

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Hosted by Prometheus Journal, Revista Nueva Realidad and Bookmarks the socialist bookshop

Stavros Mavroudeas
He is currently Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Social Policy of Panteion University. He was previously Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Economics of the University of Macedonia. He studied at the Economics Department of the National Kapodistriakon University of Athens, from where he received his BA Economics (1985 - First Class Honours).

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