Date: Thu May 08 2003 - 06:16:13 EDT
Paul C says: > I think you over state this. Marx was interested in the determination of the > > price system, but he was also interested in the social forms and in their > transitory character. The effort Marx put into theorising prices of > production indicates that he was interested in prices. He was attempting > a theory that was more general than Ricardo's, without repudiating the > key components of Ricardo's theory. I suppose we disagree about Marx's main objectives in his value analysis, but at least the terms of the disagreement are very clear, and this is a traditionally contentious point in Marxian political economy. alfredo.
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