SG Marx 93-114

SG Marx 93-114 - money)? 5. What are the two essential...

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Study Guide: Marx, Capital pp. 93-114 1. What is the relation of surplus value to capital? 2. Why does the circulation of capital have no limits? 3. What is he trying to say with the reference to “inwardly circumcised Jews?” 4. Why does Aristotle disprove of the economic aspect of “chrematistic” (study of
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Unformatted text preview: money)? 5. What are the two essential conditions in order that money might find labor-power offered for sale as a commodity? 6. What does the laborer advance to the capitalist? 7. What is the only force that brings the capitalist and the laborer together?...
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