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About the Author
Kōzō Uno (宇野 弘蔵, November 12, 1897 - February 22, 1977) is one of Japan's most important Marxist economists, known for his logical 'purification' of Marx's exposition in Capital, and his theory of the historical stages of capitalist development.Ken C. Kawashima is Associate Professor at the University of Toronto, and author of The Proletarian Gamble: Korean Workers in Interwar Japan (Duke, 2009), and co-editor of Tosaka Jun: A Critical Reader (Cornell, 2013).Gavin Walker is Associate Professor at McGill University, and author of The Sublime Perversion of Capital (Duke, 2016); editor of The End of Area (Duke, 2019 with Naoki Sakai) and The Red Years: Theory, Politics, Aesthetics in the Japanese '68 (Verso, forthcoming); editor and translator of Kojin Karatani's Marx: Towards the Centre of Possibility (Verso, 2020).