From: Ian Wright (iwright@GMAIL.COM)
Date: Thu Sep 22 2005 - 18:01:02 EDT
> > > Let's assume that the bean workers consume goods from the basic sector. > Are > > you then wanting to say that, therefore, "beans" are basic? > > > > No, but that this makes them non-self reproducing. The beans > thus have basics as input and are just like any other > non-basic. The "self-reproducing non-basics" are a subset of the non-basics (all of which have basics as input either directly or indirectly) that happen to also have themselves as input. "Self-reproducing" in this context does not mean that the "beans" can be produced without other commodities. Enjoy the break. -Ian.
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