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4. Use-Value, Exchange-value and Value
6. Socially Necessary Labor Time
7. Production and Exchange
9. Abstract Labor
10. Value and Price
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Category Archives: Econ 202- money credit capital
What Transformation Problem?
Nerd alert: I know that my videos normally represent the height of fashion. I know that my massive popularity, on the account of all the violence, sex appeal, and sports references have launched me into the top ranks of viral … Continue reading
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What is Credit?
What is credit? part one part two: Now, more than ever, there is an imperative need for people to understand the nature of credit in a capitalist society. In a time when we are seeing the high seas of finance … Continue reading
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What is capital?
I’ve talked about capitalism. I’ve talked about capitalists. But I haven’t explicitly talked about capital itself. That’s the purpose of this video. The term “capital” is often overused, allowed to describe any asset regardless of how this economic asset is … Continue reading
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What is Capitalism?
What is capitalism? Part 1: Part 2: In many videos I’ve argued that exploitation is central to capitalism. In my recent video on money I explained how the contradictions within money itself can only be resolved by a process which … Continue reading