[OPE-L:168] Re: Artistic whole?

Paul Cockshott (wpc@clyder.gn.apc.org)
Fri, 29 Sep 1995 09:14:31 -0700

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Mike P

I would expect that the international book would work in reverse,
with capital as a whole, then becoming more concrete as he works on
capitals. I suspect that this would be important considering his
in the specifics of German capital.

Would one not have to proceed in the upwards direction.
I would have thought that one would deal with international
trade at the level of commodity production first, in order
to establish what value means at this level, before one
could move on to see how this was modified by the
existence of capital.

One consequence of this, it that a precondition for the
book on world market has to be the book on the state, as
the existence of international trade as such, presupposes
the state.