(OPE-L) I.I. Rubin on value, production and exchange

From: gerald_a_levy (gerald_a_levy@MSN.COM)
Date: Sun May 11 2003 - 08:47:19 EDT

Howard wrote on  Sunday, May 11:

> I'm not sure Ruben, who has shaped so significantly
> contemporary debate, is quite prepared to distinguish between
> the empirical and the non-empirical real.  As a consequence
> perhaps he tends to privilege exchange.

I don't think that Rubin privileged exchange.  It only seems so
because of a tradition in Marxism before and after Rubin of
privileging production, IMO.

What are some of examples of how he privileged exchange?

In solidarity, Jerry

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