[OPE-L:7653] Re: Re: Moving on...

From: Gil Skillman (gskillman@mail.wesleyan.edu)
Date: Thu Sep 12 2002 - 12:45:02 EDT

> > Posing these questions is an imposition, I realize, for which I apologize;
> > but I think these issues have to be clarified up front in order to avoid
> > future misunderstandings about what constitutes relevant arguments with
> > respect to Marx's analysis on this point.  Thanks in advance.
>Gil, these are big questions.  May I ask you to please read my two of my
>papers on my interpretation of Marx's theory (as time permits), where I
>discuss these questions at length? The two papers are:

>"Marx's Logical Method and the Transformation Problem,"
>  in Moseley (ed.),  Marx's Method in 'Capital':  A Reexamination (1993)
>"The `New Solution' to the Transformation Problem: A Sympathetic
>Review of Radical Political Economics, 2000, 32 (2): 282-316.

Fred, Many thanks for your comprehensive response to my request.  I will 
certainly read these two articles (I've seen your RRPE article, but don't 
remember the details pertinent to this particular set of issues), as well 
as your additional comments here, before proceeding.  Gil

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