From: Andrew Brown (Andrew@LUBS.LEEDS.AC.UK)
Date: Mon May 12 2003 - 09:02:10 EDT
Thanks Jerry, I keep arguing the same essential points re labour and value to Hegel-inspired systematic dialecticians as I do to Michael Eldred on OPE-L (hello to all concerned). Thus my remark has absolutely nothing to do with 'guilt by association', though it can unfortunately be interpreted as such by those who have a very different view to my own. Andy > Andy B wrote on Monday, May 12: > > > Michael W's recent post > > exemplifies the sort of Hegel-inspired miscomprehension of labour > > that I argue against. Michael Eldred's contributions to OPEL, where > > labour has no centrality, seem to be a connected if extreme > > development of such a position. > > Hi Andy. The above, whether you intended it or not, reads like a > "guilt by association" claim. Whatever Michael E's position is now > can not be legitimately read as a criticism -- or "extreme > development" -- of Mike W's position or that of other value-form > theorists. > > In solidarity, Jerry > > PS to Howard: I'll check out your references in Rubin and I > hope to get back to you soon about that topic.
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