From: Dogan Goecmen (dogangoecmen@AOL.COM)
Date: Wed Mar 07 2007 - 10:40:34 EST
It can be claimed that "the most important point is the logical structure of Marx's theory of the production and distribution of surplus-value" if production and distribution are understood as fundamental forms of social relations. But different aspects of Marx's theory should not put against one another. Capital, commodification, production, competition and distribution make up one unified theory. Dogan -----Ursprüngliche Mitteilung----- Von: Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM An: OPE-L@SUS.CSUCHICO.EDU Verschickt: Mi., 7. Mrz. 2007, 16:27 Thema: [OPE-L] What is most important in Marx's theory? > To me, > the most important point is the logical structure of Marx's theory of > the production and distribution of surplus-value, not the concepts of > capital in general and competition. Hi Fred: Why? > You [Howard] seem to be ignoring (or at least deemphasizing) > the quantitative dimension of Marx's theory. I think this is the most > important dimension. On what basis can you claim that the quantitative is "the most important dimension" of Marx's theory? Marx himself never claimed that, did he? In solidarity, Jerry ________________________________________________________________________ Kostenlos: AOL eMail 2 GB Speicherplatz sowie erstklassiger Spam- und eMail Virenschutz. Sichern Sie sich Ihre persönliche eMail Adresse noch heute!
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