[OPE-L:5557] Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: William ofOckam'sRazor and Political Economy

From: Gerald_A_Levy (Gerald_A_Levy@email.msn.com)
Date: Sun May 13 2001 - 06:16:48 EDT

Re Ajit's [5556]:

I'm not sure *whom* you are really taking issue
with.  I thought I knew when you referred in the
original [5553] to the 'traditional interpretation'.
Yet, in this post you seem to take issue with
Rakesh's perspective which you imply is 'Marxist-
Hegelian' and  value-form theory (VFT). However,
Rakesh is not a Heglian by any stretch of the
imagination and he has indeed authored long
anti-Hegel(ian)  posts on this list (he thinks that Marx's methodology has
more in common with
Aristotle than Marx.)  And, VFT (which RB is
certainly not part of) can in no meaningful sense be
identified as 'traditional'.  Consequently, I have a
basic, straight-forward and  simple question which
I  trust can be answered simply:  what authors (and
writings?) have put forward the 'traditional
interpretation' that you are  taking issue with?

In solidarity, Jerry

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