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Marx's Concept of Intrinsic Value

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This paper aims to show that the concept of intrinsic value — value as distinct from exchange-value — became an increasingly important element of Karl Marx's critique of political economy. The existence of the distinction is not unknown, but its importance to Marx's work is under-appreciated and the nature of the distinction is often misunderstood.

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2016-09-25

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