From: Paul Cockshott (wpc@DCS.GLA.AC.UK)
Date: Tue Feb 07 2006 - 18:01:41 EST
But the existence of another scalar, other than price, which underlies price accounting, is what is in question. The neo-Ricardian critique attacks Marx right at the very foundation of his project. Best, -Ian. ------------------ Surely not. It attacks marx not at the foundation - in volume 1 but in volume 3, and unfinished draft that he considered not ready for publication. The argument in volume 1 does not rest on the assumption of equal rates of profit for different capitals. The neo-ricardians attack by way of an auxilliary hypothesis - Gould's term a 'spandrel'.
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