[Marxism] What is the Purpose of Marx's Value Theory?
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Sun May 12 14:38:29 MDT 2013
> Which, of course, is why Marx sets out the basic theory of value before
> the chapter on commodity-fetishism.
Ain't no "chapter on commodity-fetishism." The section on commodity-fetishism comes at the end of chapter one, as the culmination of the exposition of value.
> The Stalinist economic system had a category of "capital" but allowed it
> to consist only of *things.* For a "Soviet economist" to say that those
> "things" were media for exploitation of the waged workers employed to
> operate them was a sure way to earn a long stay in an "unwaged" Siberian
WTF, dude?! Rubin was murdered in the purges! If you're gonna go ad hominem, at least try to aim for accuracy, otherwise, please do try to reign in your inner-Trotsky.
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