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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Paul Cockshott
> Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 10:47 AM
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> Subject: [OPE-L:3299] Re: objectivity of value
>Paul C writes:
> This is a point where we part company, I would go along with Ajit
> in saying
> that the objective measure of value is labour time. This exists prior to
> sale as a
> property of the input/output matrix.
And Michael W. asks:
And what if no input-output matrix has been constructed?
> If one takes the opposite position whereby value only exists
> after it has been
> measured as price, you are philosophically on the ground of neo-classical
> subjectivist economics.
Can you justify this? Afer all, under competition all agents are assumed to
"What is matter? - Never mind. What is mind? - No matter."
Dr Michael Williams
Economics and Social Sciences
De Montfort University
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