surplus-labour love

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  • In its blind unrestrainable passion, its werewolf hunger for surplus-labour, capital oversteps not only the moral, but even the merely physical maximum bounds of the working day.

    Marx and Werewolves (and Vampires)

  • But the two hours of surplus-labour he performs do not produce value anymore than his eight hours of necessary labour, although by means of the latter a part of the social product is transferred to him.

    Limited, Inc.

  • In the second place however society does not pay for those two hours of surplus-labour, although they are spent by the individual who performs this labour.

    Limited, Inc.

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