In reply to OPE-L 4927. Fred writes: "Not much of an answer. I still wonder what is Andrew's alternative interpretation of the passages in which Marx lays out the only two reasons why he allows prices of production to change." Specify the conditions under which you'll concede that you are wrong, and I'll be happy to tell you what the alternative interpretation is. Keep evading this issue and you won't get anything. As I've said, what's the use of telling you my alternative interpretation if you're going to be "right" no matter what, even if you need to invent an evil twin profit rate out of whole cloth in order to be "right." As I've noted in another post, I look forward to further discussion of your immunizing strategies and of the lack of evidence for your evil twin profit rate. Andrew ("Drewk") Kliman Dept. of Social Sciences Pace University Pleasantville, NY 10570 USA phone: (914) 773-3968 fax: (914) 773-3951 Home: 60 W. 76th St. #4E New York, NY 10023 USA "The practice of philosophy is itself theoretical. It is the critique that measures the individual existence by the essence, the particular reality by the Idea."
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