Re: [OPE-L] Ajit's Paper on Sraffa and Late Wittgenstein

From: ajit sinha (sinha_a99@YAHOO.COM)
Date: Mon Jun 05 2006 - 15:00:40 EDT

--- Rakesh Bhandari <bhandari@BERKELEY.EDU> wrote:

>   But yes  you are correct: Sraffa himself treats
> the wage as a share of entire output (but, as Cutler
> et al ask,
>   what do workers do with their share of iron in
> chapter 2 or basics
> that are not means of consumption? and should the
> necessities
> of consumption be relegated to the limbo of non
> basics? is it truly
> impossible, as implied in the Sraffian but not in my
> reading Marx's model,
> that workers' consumption  decisions could
> determine the structure of demand itself?)
You are still wrong, as Cutler et al are. Your problem
is that you try to understand classics through second
hand mediocreties. Your understanding of Marx is also
second hand, and again through the works of
mediocreties. ajit sinha

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