[OPE-L:1671] Re: the necessity for logical deduction

chaion lee (conlee@chonnam.chonnam.ac.kr)
Wed, 3 Apr 1996 00:23:04 -0800

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Dear Mike,

Thank you. If we study human mentality, we still need to study the genesis of
the human mentality. The so-called primitive accumulation is, in fact, nothing but the midwife for the birth of capitalist mode of production. Its origin is
to be sought from the very bed of the simple commodity production. market mechanism gives birth to the impoverishment. I explained this by reference to the
differential coefficients of reduction from concrete, heterogeneous labors to the homogeneous ones.
According to marx, the labor whose quality is below average cannot count as normal. The social average of the reduction coefficients is therefore to be a unity
whilst the every coefficient must be larger than the unity because the simple. unskilled labor has its coefficient as the unity. This necessitates the we. this necessitates the labours that are below average to be weeded out while, on the other hand, r>
newly developed labors incessantly require another labor to fall into the category of the below-averages. This is expounded in my PhD thesis. I will send you
a copy by ordinary mail soon.

With regards,