On Nestor's "analysis"
CharlesB at SPAMCNCL.ci.detroit.mi.us
Wed May 9 14:32:50 MDT 2001
>>> mjlima at uol.com.br 05/09/01 03:47PM >>>
"That concrete capitalist reproduction in present Mexico takes place under
the protection of laws and state power does NOT mean that laws and state
power are essential parts of it."
CB: Julio said that. I contradicted it.
...the capacity of formularizations of laws for the state device has some
purpose? How to explain the State? How to explain the guarantee of the
property right, for example?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Brown" <CharlesB at CNCL.ci.detroit.mi.us>
To: <marxism at lists.panix.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 3:07 PM
Subject: Re: On Nestor's "analysis"
> >>> juliohuato at hotmail.com 05/09/01 11:30AM >>>
> Charles Brown writes:
> >CB: Yes, but the assertion "Essentially, capitalist reproduction does NOT
> >require extra-economic force to go on" is drastically false and the
> >complete opposite of fundamental or beginning Marxism. Without state
> >power capitalism and capitalist reproduction at any stage would
> >come to an immediate end.
> That concrete capitalist reproduction in present Mexico takes place under
> the protection of laws and state power does NOT mean that laws and state
> power are essential parts of it.
> CB: Without the protection by the state power, the capitalists would not
last very long. As discussed below, your use of "essential" is not a Marxist
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