[OPE-L:4319] Re: Re: RE: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Part Two of VolumeIII of Capital

From: Paul Cockshott (paul@cockshott.com)
Date: Fri Oct 27 2000 - 04:37:56 EDT

Well 9 months ago I met a carpenter when out walking and saw
some of the stuff that he could make. I asked him to make me 
a set of bookshelves, which he did, and for which I paid him.
Were these bookshelves valueless? Was I cheated in paying
him anything for them?

On Thu, 01 Jan 1970, you wrote:
> Paul C.,
> No, he did not sell labor power to a capitalist. (I'm not insulting your
> plumber, nor a slave or feudal serf who could have been told to do the
> same repair work -- if central heating were available.)

Paul Cockshott, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland
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