>Advertising labour does not result in the production of a commodity. The
>result -- if successful -- is rather the *sale* of a commodity.
Well I disagree, it may or it may not result in a commodity, depending on
the type of labour and the product of that labour. Would you rule out
posters, video's, labels, etc. from the universe of commodities ?
>The logic of the marketplace, which includes (but, of course, is not
>a) the separation of production and sale temporally and spatially;
>So, once value has been produced, it can't be destroyed (except by
I personally think it can be destroyed, among other things because of
examples that you mention.
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