[OPE-L:3110] RE: [OPE-L:3106E: starting points

From: Michael Williams (mike.williams@dmu.ac.uk)
Date: Wed May 10 2000 - 16:47:06 EDT

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Thanks to Gil for his clarification. I think I now understnad what he is
saying about the *irrelevance* of price value-equivalence. If he is right,
then of course the standard 'even if' argument that I re-posed is itself

My own value-form type work tends to rather finesse the question of
price-value equivalence by suggesting (to caricature) something of a
price-value conflation (and then, perhaps,returning to the question of -
abstract - labour subsequently). Consequently I have to think about whether
price-value equivalence is irrelevant in the way that Gil argues. So no real
response yet. Watch this space!

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> [mailto:owner-ope-l@galaxy.csuchico.edu]On Behalf Of Gil Skillman
> Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2000 8:28 PM
> To: ope-l@galaxy.csuchico.edu
> Subject: [OPE-L:3106] Fwd: Re: RE: starting points


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