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 Post subject: RedMarx's idea of a good time
PostPosted: Fri May 12, 2017 5:24 pm 
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"The death of the poor man is the worst eventuality for the creditor. It is the death of his capital together with the interest."
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"Citizen Weston illustrated his theory by telling you that a bowl contains a certain quantity of soup, to be eaten by a certain number of persons, an increase in the broadness of the spoons would produce no increase in the amount of soup. He must allow me to find this illustration rather spoony."
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 Post subject: Re: RedMarx's idea of a good time
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Wrong. RM idea of a good time...

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for it to be a "better time" increase women present to 50 percent


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 Post subject: Re: RedMarx's idea of a good time
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We could have both, I suppose.

I have to acknowledge that the copy I have of Capital has a couple of irritating typo's which include the invention of a new social system 'offeud allism'.

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- Marx, Comments on James Mill -

"Citizen Weston illustrated his theory by telling you that a bowl contains a certain quantity of soup, to be eaten by a certain number of persons, an increase in the broadness of the spoons would produce no increase in the amount of soup. He must allow me to find this illustration rather spoony."
- Marx, Value, Price and profit -


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 Post subject: Re: RedMarx's idea of a good time
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Zanthorus wrote:
We could have both, I suppose.

I have to acknowledge that the copy I have of Capital has a couple of irritating typo's which include the invention of a new social system 'offeud allism'.


That's kind of the point-- the critique of political economy is supposed to be a practical one, involving, requiring its overthrow.


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