[OPE-L:1824] Re:

Paul Cockshott (wpc@cs.strath.ac.uk)
Fri, 19 Apr 1996 01:24:07 -0700

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>More surplus goes to the dominant mode of production from the dominated
mode of production. Thus, the latter is to deteriorate in the course of
time. Electronic sector is dominant not because it occupies the largest
share of GDP but because it absorbes the surplus value above and beyond the
social average. Imagine a underdeveloped economy which has an infant
electronic sector.

We are getting closer to an objective definition, but you will need to
tighten it.
Usurers capital under feudalism would, on your definition above, be dominant.
Paul Cockshott