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Q:60 By Marx, the use-value of a commodity is the utility one gets from consuming it: the exchange-value is the utility one gets from consuming those things one can trade the commodity for. Right or not?
Q:994 Marx says that as use-value commodities do not contain an atom of value. Would he also say that the labor process does not contain an atom of value?
Q:32 Does the use-value of a commodity(as Marx uses the concept) depend on the person using it?
Q:151 Is the labor the only source of the use-value if its products, or do other factors contribute to the use-value as well? Is labor the only source of the value its products, or do other factors contribute to be values as well? (Valueis here property which makes things exchangeable.)

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Q.8.What is a commodity? Marx does not give the definition of a commodity but an analysis. How would you define the thing he analyzes?
Q.140. Can you think of determinants of the labor process which do not belong to it as useful labor?
Q.184. what is according to Marx, the relative value of a commodity?
Q.259. Is there any empirical evidence for Marxas claim that the commodity is mysterious?
Q.341.What is Marxas difference between bourgeois economist and vulgar economists?
Q.332. In what ways can Christianity and the commodity relation be considered similar?

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Q:30.Give the examples where an ontological statement made by Marx is mis-translated as an epistemological statement.
Q:66. Give everyday examples illustrating the contradiction that in everyday practical activity exchange-value is sometimes considered immanent and sometimes considered relative.
Q:98. Take two very different kinds of labor, such as teaching and construction work, and discuss in what respect they are equal.
Q:108. What is value (according to Marx)?
Q:114. Wouldnt it be better to measure the quantity of labor by output rather than by labor time?
Q:136. How did Marx Critically provethat labor under capitalism has a two-edged character?
Q:187 Does Marx contradict himself when he says the Simple form of value is difficult to analyze?
Q:249 Compare Marxas derivation of money with the derivations of money in modern Economics.
Q284 Explain how value denotes a specific relation of production and not just the general relationship between a producer and his product.
Q:341. What is Marxas difference between bourgeois economist and vulgar economists?
Q:888. Discuss what did Marx talking about Capital, commodity and Exchange value.