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  • So, just like the revisionist who claims to lead when in fact he is following, I ask: Who wants me to take on Capital in public, and who would rather I let sleeping surplus-value lie?

    A Bland and Deadly Courtesy

  • As in the first-world, it's tough to make a living at writing, but third-world economies have much less surplus-value, so career-choices have a life-or-death quality.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Anil Menon

  • So, just like the revisionist who claims to lead when in fact he is following, I ask: Who wants me to take on Capital in public, and who would rather I let sleeping surplus-value lie?

    skzbrust: On Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and blog updates

  • The exchange on a moose meat, hide and trophy may appear on the surface to be fair and free – yet the insidious evil workings of surplus-value and alienated labor quickly become apparent.

    Libertarians Still Lusting for Palin? « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Labour-intensive goods cede surplus-value to machine-intensive goods via this imbalance in the pricing process.

    E pur si muove

  • Labour-intensive goods cede surplus-value to machine-intensive goods via this imbalance in the pricing process.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Another way of putting Marx's solution is to say that while living labour generates surplus-value, there is a compensation for those companies (capitals) which use more machines to labour than the average because their price/value ratio is larger than one.

    E pur si muove

  • Another way of putting Marx's solution is to say that while living labour generates surplus-value, there is a compensation for those companies (capitals) which use more machines to labour than the average because their price/value ratio is larger than one.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • An object-lesson in the production and management of quotidian surplus-value, the discourse of gastronomy, like its pleasures, is constituted by a tendency to excess which, at the same time, it seeks to regulate as an exercise in good taste.

    Economies of Excess in Brillat-Savarin, Balzac, and Baudelaire

  • Therein would reside a possible Lacanian critique of Marx, focusing on the ambiguous overlapping between surplus-value and surplus-enjoyment.

    Gerry Canavan

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