[OPE-L:1703] Re:

chaion lee (conlee@chonnam.chonnam.ac.kr)
Fri, 5 Apr 1996 04:17:15 -0800

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PCP is itself a mode of production. On relatively impressionistic
grounds, I would say that it dominated for example the Irish Republic
in 1925.

No. PCP cannot be a dominating mode of production in a social formation
because commodity exchange is to be ruled by a certain social process which
determines the reduction coefficient of heterogeneous to homogeneous labors.
A dominating mode of production determines the frame of reference for the
reduction of skilled, complex labors to unskilled, simple ones.

With regards,

(this is a reponse to Paul's[ope-l:1690]