Date: Wed Nov 06 2002 - 08:41:12 EST
Quoting gerald_a_levy <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > Re Andy's : > > > I'm not clear how you would *distinguish* between the VCC and the > > OCC on your own interpretation. Hence, also, I'm not clear what > > the dialectical unity would be uniting. > > On my interpretation of the above cite of Marx, the OCC will *only* > > change if the TCC changes. > > I would say, rather, that Marx asserts that *both* TCC and VCC must > change for the OCC to change. Thus the OCC can only increase if: > a) the TCC increases, and > b) the VCC increases. > I dont see that the OCC can really be any different from the VCC since it is measured in value terms. The TCC is ill defined, there is no procedure by which one can measure it. If one views it as a scalar how can one say when it has changed? If it is a vector one can say when it has changed, but the ordering relation on TCCs becomes partial.
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