[OPE-L:6227] Re: response to feedback request

From: Francisco Paulo Cipolla (cipolla@sociais.ufpr.br)
Date: Tue Nov 27 2001 - 14:59:07 EST

one such intresting question relates to the time of transportation. In
the Grundrisse (Penguin p. 523) the time of transportation is conceived
as a phase of the production process, that is, the bringing forth of the
product to the market where it can be finally consumed. In "Capital"
(chapter XIV International publishers) the transportation time is
subsumed under the time of circulation.
Has this question already been debated by our list?

Gerald_A_Levy wrote:

> In [6178], dated 11/14, I asked for feedback from listmembers to
> thefollowing question: * What, if anything, should be done about the
> decrease in volume and   participation?* There were several options
> given to facilitate response. While thesample size was disappointingly
> low, of the 7 listmembers whoresponded *all*  selected the
> following:  [    ]  Do nothing. It will get better by itself. Whom am
> I to argue with the preferred (laissez faire) option by 100%of all of
> the list respondents? One respondent added: ' Your usual tactic of
> asking interestingquestions I think will work sooner or later'.   My
> response is toremind everyone that _others_  besides myself can ask
> interestingquestions, can't they (you)? Thanks to all who
> responded. In solidarity, Jerry

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