[OPE-L:4964] Re: Re: Re: RE: causes of changes in prices of production

From: Paul Zarembka (zarembka@ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU)
Date: Mon Feb 19 2001 - 10:21:26 EST

Jerry, Reading the rest of what Andrew wrote in 4937 it was clear that
"answer" was not an answer, i.e., it was something for which someone could
say an "answer" was provided, yet...

At least speaking for myself, it was not an answer I could learn from and
work with.  Paul

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"Gerald_A_Levy" <Gerald_A_Levy@email.msn.com> said, on 02/19/01:

>In [OPE-L:4962] Paul Z wrote:

>>  <snip, JL>  But Fred hasn't answered Andrew's 4929 > below as far as I
>can see.
>> It's a tough question, maybe even unanswerable.  In any > case, oughtn't
>> Fred to try to take a position on this question?  Andrew > once asked me
>> same question on another topic, and I told him I didn't > know the answer
>> and I still don't; I'm hoping to learn if there a way to
>> answer such a
>> question.

>Fred  *DID* answer, in [OPE-L:4932], the question that Andrew asked. 
>Indeed in Andrew's reply in [OPE-L:4937], he recognized this as an
>answer: "Well, finally, an answer. Not one I accept, but at least an

>In solidarity, Jerry

>> "Drewk" <Andrew_Kliman@msn.com> said, on 02/17/01:
>> >In reply to Fred's OPE-L 4924:
>> >He wrote:  "even if I am mistaken about market prices and the rate of
>> >profit in Chapter 6 of Volume 3, this does not affect the validity of my
>> >criticism of Andrew's
>> >interpretation of Marx's prices of production."
>> >What, in your opinion, WOULD affect the validity of your
>> >criticism?  Under what conditions would you be willing to concede that
>> >your criticism is indeed invalid?  I really need to know.
><snip, JL>

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