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At 14:06 08/05/00 +0000, you wrote:
>Accumulation entails penetration of non-capitalist forms of production,
>absorption of labor power into capitalist production processes and the
>"space" between them.
>Luxemburg demonstrates the problem with Marx's reproduction schemes if
>penetration of non-capitalist formations is excluded before issues are
>joined. Nobody is stopping anyone from trying such a delimitation but
>then we have Luxemburg's penetrating insights to deal with when following
>through with the implications for Marxism.
Do we then assume that we can no longer analyse accumulation in fully
capitalist economies, or more generally in a fully capitalist world?
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