Jerry discussed with Michael Williams as follows:
>> >From a materialist perspective, aren't *all* services 'material'?
>Yes - that is what I intended. I agree with most of what Jerry says
>From Marx's point of view this is not so. For instance, take the service of
a Priest. A priest performs from Marx's point of view a non-material service.
Incidentally there is nothing wrong with metaphysics. The best scientists
require or engage in metaphysical theorising. I refer you to (for instance)
the book by (I think) Stefan Amsterdamski, Between Experience and
Metaphysics (or was that Between mataphysics and experience). Anyway it was
published by Reidel.
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