From: Ian Wright (iwright@GMAIL.COM)
Date: Thu Sep 22 2005 - 22:57:56 EDT
On 9/22/05, Ian Wright <email@example.com> wrote: > > Would, say, race horses count as an example of self-reproducing > > non-basics? And is the problem that (say) it might be the case that > > the reproduction rate of race horses implies a rate of profit in > > excess of what can be achieved in the basic sector, so that one > > can't have a uniform rate of profit without shenanigans? > > For precision, I should have said "yes", except the race-horse "sector" produces at a rate *lower* than what can be achieved in the basic sector. -Ian.
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