Another correction: On 9 Jun 2001, at 16:50, Andrew Brown wrote: > I think 'entity' is too stong. But if we > substitute 'aspect' for 'entity' I would go along with what you say. Ie. > abstract labour are distinct aspects of value (and hence > 'distinguishable'). The last sentence should read, 'Ie. abstract labour and money are distinct aspects of value (and hence 'distinguishable')' Andy PS this is one example of what Murray would call 'a distinction of reason'
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