[OPE-L:1685] Re: Definitions and subject matter

chaion lee (conlee@chonnam.chonnam.ac.kr)
Thu, 4 Apr 1996 04:56:00 -0800

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When and where and as part of what mode of production did PCP exist as

Why don't modes of production go through "sequential development"? Don't
they change in new ways over time irrespective of the mix of social
formations? I.e. even if we abstract from international differences in
terms of social formations, can't we say that modes of production go
through distinct and subtle development?

PCP did exist since the time of class differentiations. When the exchange
developed within a certain community, the producer should be a petty producer
in view that the force of production did not well developed.
Socialized, collective works did not produce commodities at that time but only
common use.