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Le travail qualifié est-il trop complexe pour se laisser réduire ? Marx sans les conventions

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  • André Lapidus

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[fre] Le travail qualifié est-il trop complexe pour se laisser réduire? Marx sans les conventions. . Cet article discute la thèse selon laquelle la réduction du travail complexe en travail simple chez Marx résulterait d'une convention, entendue comme un substitut au marché. Une première partie met en évidence le contraste, dans les œuvres de Marx, entre une problématique explicite, qui présente la réduction du travail complexe comme un élément de la constitution d'un champ des valeurs-travail, et la confusion qui préside aux différentes exquisses de solutions analytiques. Le recours à la « convention » témoigne alors non d'un choix théorique délibéré mais de l'ignorance du processus mis en œuvre. L'identification de ce processus passe, dans une seconde partie, par l'exploration des multiples tentatives de résolution qui prenaient appui sur les conjectures imaginées dans Le Capital. Les controverses entre Engels et Dùhring d'abord, entre Bôhm-Bawerk et Hilferding ensuite, y occupent une place centrale. Elles permettent de faire ressortir à la fois le caractère inadéquat des solutions passant par la « coutume » ou la hiérarchie des salaires et, en contrepoint, la possibilité analytique de respecter la problématique initiale de Marx en déduisant la réduction du travail complexe des processus de qualification des travailleurs. [eng] Is skilled labour too complex to have it reduced ? Marx without conventions. . This paper discusses the thesis according to which the reduction of skilled labour into simple labour in Marx's work would be the resuit of a convention, understood as a substitute for the market. In a first section, the contrast is stressed between, on the one hand, Marx's explicit issue, which presents the reduction of skilled labour as an element of the constitution of labour values and, on the other hand, the confusion which dominates the different sketches of analytical solutions. The resort to the "convention"

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Article provided by Presses de Sciences-Po in its journal Revue économique.

Volume (Year): n° 44 (1993)
Issue (Month): 5 ()
Pages: 971-990

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Handle: RePEc:cai:recosp:reco_p1993_44n5_0971

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