[OPE-L:7697] Re: Re: Chris A on VF theory

From: Christopher Arthur (cjarthur@waitrose.com)
Date: Sat Sep 21 2002 - 08:07:25 EDT

Re 7690
Sorry Jerry
I had not used the term before. I guess it is related to
capital-in-general. here I was trying to draw an analogy with abstract
albour. AL is conmmensurated only through the relation of different
products set up in the value form. This determines indirectly the return to
each capital. The heterogeneity of these rates is then itself commensurated
when they all try to raise finance. (I think the reference to before must
mean the closing para of my 7565.)
>Re [7689]:
>> As I said before, I would bring in your  distinction between industry and
>> finance K only when we consider 'abstract capital'.
>A quick question:
>Chris -- I must have missed what you wrote before (in what post?) --
>what is 'abstract capital'?  Do you understand it to be
>synonymous with  "capital in general"?
>In solidarity, Jerry

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