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  • n. The condition of being exchangeable

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The quality or state of being exchangeable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The property or state of being exchangeable.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of being capable of exchange or interchange


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  • The relationship is, to be precise, exchangeability.

    skzbrust: Capital Volume 1 Part 1 Chapter 1 Section 3

  • Value value val-yü n. 1: the desirability of something, in respect to usefulness and/or exchangeability 2: worth or importance

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  • Over 95% of all dollars in existence today were "printed" through bank lending since 1971, when Nixon reneged on gold exchangeability.

    Bill Baker: The Real Reason for QE2

  • But whereas money has dominated society as the representation of universal equivalence — the exchangeability of different goods whose uses remain uncomparable — the spectacle is the modern complement of money: a representation of the commodity world as a whole which serves as a general equivalent for what the entire society can be and can do.

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  • As an extension of female sexuality, then, commodification also extends that constitutive passivity to the absolute emptiness of fetishization; that is, the stasis and the consequent lack of status of the female figure result in an emptying out of significance that coincides with the process by which fetishization empties bodies, beings, and practices of all significance except their exchangeability with objects (85). close window

    Notes on 'The State of Things: Olaudah Equiano and the Volatile Politics of Heterocosmic Desire'

  • If, then, property as it exists in modern civilization has value only in so far as it is exchangeable through some common medium, and if the exchangeability depends on the existence of a system of labour division resulting in a continual interchange of goods and services, it follows that the better the system is regulated the greater will be the degree of security of the component units.

    Thesis and Antithesis I: Private Property in a Cultural Civilization

  • The celebrated Baudrillard quotation: God as the guarantor of 'the depth of meaning', the exchangeability of signification for significance.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • But it seems that you're saying that the limited range of VW-money's exchangeability makes it qualitatively different from other money.

    There’s nothing ‘just’ about Monopoly money

  • But to the common civilised man the universal exchangeability of this gold is a sacred and fundamental fact.

    Love and Mr Lewisham

  • The core of the report consists of an analysis of responses to a questionnaire, which deals with various aspects of metadata, such as terminology, creation, availability, exchangeability and linking mechanisms.

    Archive 2003-08-31


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