[OPE-L:1131] Re: Marx, Ricardo and money

Paul_Cockshott (wpc@cs.strath.ac.uk)
Tue, 20 Feb 1996 03:24:12 -0800

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What Marx is arguing here is that, whereas for standard commodities,
their exchange-value is determined by their value, for money and
for "assets", *their exchange value is set by their use-value*.

The passage that Steve cites from vol 3 with
respect to money is refering to money borrowed
as capital. What Allin seemed to be talking about
was money in its quotidien sense as a means of