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originally from Capital but not included in the first published version?

Marx, K. (2000). Results of the Immediate Process of Production. In Marx, K. Karl Marx: Selected Writings. Oxford University Press, pp. 547-561

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The domination of the capitalist over the worker is thus the domination of the thing over man, of dead labour over living labour, of the product over the producer; for the commodities which become the means of domination (in fact only over the worker) are themselves merely the results of the productive process, its products.

—p.548 by Karl Marx 1 year, 9 months ago

The domination of the capitalist over the worker is thus the domination of the thing over man, of dead labour over living labour, of the product over the producer; for the commodities which become the means of domination (in fact only over the worker) are themselves merely the results of the productive process, its products.

—p.548 by Karl Marx 1 year, 9 months ago
554

The supreme ideal of capitalist production is—at the same time as it increases net produce in a relative way—to reduce as much as possible the number of those who live on wages, and to increase as much as possible the number of those who live on net produce.

—p.554 by Karl Marx 1 year, 9 months ago

The supreme ideal of capitalist production is—at the same time as it increases net produce in a relative way—to reduce as much as possible the number of those who live on wages, and to increase as much as possible the number of those who live on net produce.

—p.554 by Karl Marx 1 year, 9 months ago