Re: (OPE-L) Ernesto's "Damned Lies" ?

From: Ernesto Screpanti (screpanti@UNISI.IT)
Date: Wed Feb 18 2004 - 08:12:09 EST

Dear Jerry and Phil,

I am very much interested in knowing what I said; and also Kliman's  "Lies,
Damned Lies, and
Screpanti's Critique of Marx". I take it to be an honour to be in
disagreement with Kliman.

Is it possible to have a copy, possibly by attachment, of both "my" paper
and Kliman's?

In solidarity


At 02.23 15/02/2004 +0000, you wrote:
>>The program for the upcoming EEA conference in Washington, D.C.
>>is posted at:
>>In Session 55, sponsored by the IWGVT:
>>there is a paper to be presented on: "Lies, Damned Lies, and
>>Screpanti's Critique of Marx".
>>What articles or books by Ernesto is he alleged to have been lying
>>about Marx?
>>In solidarity, Jerry
>Hi Jerry
>There was a conference in Rome last year,  organised, I think,  by
>Laboratorio per la Critical Sociale.  Ernesto Screpanti's paper was
>entitled 'Value and Exploitation: A Counterfactual Approach'.  From the
>first paragraph:
>.. Cavallaro's appeal to beware of mystifying labour values lets us hope
>that the search can proceed along correct lines today, avoiding certain
>scholastic forcings which we have witnessed in the past, although the
>interventions of Carchedi, Freeman and Kliman seem to want to kill this
>hope at birth.
>This could well elicit a response.
>I have a hardcopy. I will bring it to Washington.

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