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Therefore in olbs value relaton of gommodity a tof

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Unformatted text preview: of labour of the same quanTty of labour Tme. But the labour Tme necessary for the producTon of 20 yards of linen or 1 coat varies with every change in the producTveness of weaving or tailoring. We have now to consider the influence of such changes on THE FORM SECTION 3 OF VALUE OR EXCHANGE VALUE as value ihe value form must therefore not only express value generally, but also value in (definite iquanTty. Therefore, in olbs value relaTon of g(ommodity A tof commodity B, of contains ato the coat, not only human . T n general, made the equal in quality of the linen, but a definite quanTty of coat 1 coat) s made the equivalent the of coffee. uanTty iven ards) of o any commodity the linen definite quanTty of is the laYer, f a definite q And a c 20 yquanTty labour linen are worth one coat, implies that the same quanTty of value substance (congealed linen.The equaTon, 20 yards of linen = 1 coat, or 20 yards of labour) is embodied in both; that the two commodiTes have each cost the same amount of labour of the same quanTty of labour the quanTtaTve aspect of the relaTve e the producTon of 2 Tme. But the labour Tme necessary for xpression of value.I 0 yards of linen or 1 coat varies with every change in the producTveness of weaving or tailoring. We have now to consider the influence of such changes on . Let the value of the linen vary,[20] that of the coat remaining constant. If, say in consequence of the exhausTon of flax ­growing soil, the labour contain only half the labour Tme embodied n 20 yards of l alue I f he inen will hand, in oubled. Instead of t f improved looms, this necessary for the producTon of the linen be idoubled, the vinen. of, ton tlhe other also be dconsequence, say, ohe equaTon, 2...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2013 for the course GE CLST 21B taught by Professor Porter during the Winter '10 term at UCLA.

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