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Reading Capital Logistically

27 Aug , 2019  

In the first logistical statements in Capital, Marx writes that because commodities are things they “cannot themselves go to market and perform exchanges in their own right,” (1976:178) its guardians must lend them feet to move, and on the market “his tongue… to communicate their prices” (1976:189). Human feet, however, ...

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