........................................themselves as blindly operating averages between constant irregularities.
I wish he would just get to the point sometimes (yes I have read it before). The bottle example is a 'tough luck' consequence of labor value - you cant pay for something that isnt valued buy others - there is nothing to pay with.
See example reproduced in more detail in resposne to RDs more illminating post on labor value.
Of course, then you wouldn’t be accusing Marx of somehow “obscuring” economics, as if economics somehow existed in a vacuum, and Idealist argument that has less to do with a refutation of Marxian economics than with Materialist philosophy in general.
I would if I doubted his accuracy in interpreting human social behaviour, which I do. Economics goes wrong when the underlying philosophy of mankind is aksew.
: I posted this link here before, but I doubt you read the essay. I’ll leave it again, however, in case anyone is interested in it. The Marxian Crises Theory.
I didnt see the link, i sahll read it (I do actually read the stuff, it would be pointless no to) in my spare time- which isnt now