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el capital tomo 1 carlos marx A big part of that advice is to not read in the order that Marx wrote. You see, the first few chapters on the commodity are seriously hard going. Much harder going than just about anything else in the book. And that reason, Althusser says, is Hegel.

Well, a large part of the point of capitalism is turning into commodities of more and more things that have never been commodities before.

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In fact, as Marx shows, prior to capitalism very few things were commodities. Marx starts by stressing that a commodity needs to have a use value.

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This is really important, not least because often this is where people both start and end too. You know, why would you buy something if you had no use for it?

But Marx makes the point that the el capital tomo 1 carlos marx value of the commodity is actually the bit of the el capital tomo 1 carlos marx that, by definition, the person selling the commodity is least interested in.

If the person selling the commodity had a use for the commodity, why would they be selling it? A true commodity is something the person producing it has no use for at all. It has, instead, an exchange value for this person. And that exchange value can be expressed in money — money being a socially recognised store of value which allows for the trade of disparate things as if they were all the same thing.

That is, if I make trousers I can sell those trousers for money and then use that money to buy any other kind of thing knowing that I am exchanging value for like value. Which then begs the question, where does that value actually come from?

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Often you will hear that value is created by supply and demand. Marx says that in the end everything sells at its cost of production.

That is, it sells for the price of the labour that is incorporated in it and for no more. Which then begs the question, where does profit come from. Instead, Marx makes a really interesting move in showing that labour has an el capital tomo 1 carlos marx property that makes it the essential commodity in commodity production, and therefore in capitalist production.

That is, its ability to produce more than it costs el capital tomo 1 carlos marx reproduce itself. This sounds like getting money for nothing, but it is anything but that. That is, you buy from them the only thing they have available to sell, their ability to work.

But, just like you with the commodities that you well sell once the worker has finished making them, the labourer sells their labour power at its cost of production or reproduction in this case. But the thing is that that el capital tomo 1 carlos marx power can produce more than just what it takes for it to reproduce itself.

If the work day is 8 hours, the labourer might be able to produce enough product to pay for the reproduction of their labour power in only 4 hours. But they still have to work for the whole 8 hours.

The capitalist has to buy tools for the worker to work with, and raw materials for the worker to transform into commodities, but the capitalist receives whatever profit they are going to make out of the surplus labour time they get the worker to work.

The other bit to this is that capitalism el capital tomo 1 carlos marx driven by the need to increasingly socialise the means of production.



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