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Notes on Marx

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCD41H3
Professor
Alejandro Paz
Semester
Winter

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Week 2 Notes Marx- Capital John Stuart Mill--It is questionable if all the mechanical inventions yet made, have lightened the days toil of any human being.(2) Machinery is intended to cheapen commodities, and by shortening the portion of the working-day in which the labourer works for himself, to lengthen the other portion that he gives, without an equivalent, to the capitalist. (2)producing surplus-value Fully developed machinery consists of three essentially different parts, the motor mechanism, the transmitting mechanism, and the tool or working machine (3) Evident in the period of Modern Industry is that these implements even under their form of manual tools, are already machines the only difference being that it is driven by a mechanical component and not man. It was not the invention that gave rise to any industrial revolution, but that invention of machines that made a revolution in the form of [that] invention necessary o However this does not prevent such a change of form from producing great technical alterations in the mechanism that was originally constructed to be driven by man alone. Thi
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