Explaining the Law of Value - response to Julio

eatonak at simons-rock.edu eatonak at simons-rock.edu
Wed Sep 24 20:27:05 MDT 2003

> The "value" Marx talks about, is itself essentially an averaged price, an
> aggregate price, or derived price, which under capitalism takes the form
> of a "production price",.......

Is this a new way of saying that there is no transformation from values
--what Anwar calls direct prices-- to prices of production?  Value as an
"aggregate price"?  What is aggregated?  Value as "derived price"? Derived
from what --from itself?

Ahmet Tonak

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