Re: [OPE] labor-value and gravity

From: DGöçmen <>
Date: Fri Sep 04 2009 - 15:56:03 EDT


I am not ond of subjectivists theories of society, least of all game theories.

These people takes their classes where they perhaps can play games with wider society.

It is another example of the poverty of mainstream academic economics - it is not political economy.





-----Original Message-----
From: Ian Wright <>
To: DGöçmen <>
Sent: Fri, Sep 4, 2009 10:27 pm
Subject: Re: [OPE] labor-value and gravity

> It says: "One can hardly imagine a theory of mechanics without lever law,
> astronomy without the theory of gravitation, biology without the cognition
> of the process of cell multiplication. In economy however there expands a
> theory of production without the concept of the process of value creation,
> and it fells well in that."

This quote is a nice counterpoint to the Rushkoff quote that Paula
just forwarded.


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