Poglądy Włodzimierza I. Lenina na sprzeczność między produkcją a konsumpcją w gospodarce kapitalistycznej
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Lenin is an author of a new interpretation of contradictions between production and consumption in the capitalist economy. He claims that, these contraditions spring from the law of faster growth of output of production means. This law is educed from Marx's reproduction schemes. Thus indirectly also the contradiction be tween production and consumption ensues from reproduction schemes. Accordingly it cannot consist in inability to implement the gross product. The essence of this contradiction lies in the fact that in the capitalism, production is mainly developed in the sphere of production means, it becomes an objective in itself, and cea ses to serve its natural objective - i. e. consumption. Parallelly there appears in Lenin's works a traditional interpretation of the discus sed contradiction in line with the subconsumption theory. Similar views are represented by a legal Marxist — Tuhan-Baranowski. Polemics between Lenin and Tuhan-Baranowski appear to have often resulted from misunderstanding.