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and Marx defined capital as "a social relation".


On Tue, 22 Feb 2005, Dolly Cristina Palacio Tamayo wrote:

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> Hi socneters:
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> About money and the market place there is an interesting article by Michel
> Callon "The market test" in Actor-Network Theory and After, 1999.
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> CALLON, M. (1999) Actor-Network Theory-the market test. In Actor-Network
> Theory and After. Ed. by John Law and John Hassard. Oxford. Blackwell. pp
> 181-195
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> Callon and his group works at the school of mines of Paris on anthopology of
> money and market. I personaly think that it is very interesting apply as a
> complementary approche Actor-Network Theory and SNA.
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> Dolly Cristina Palacio T.
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> > Money not relational?!!  What, are you kidding?
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> > Money has to be one of the MOST relational concepts there is.
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> > Without relationships there is no money and the primary purpose of money
> is
> > to create (exchange) relationships.
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> > Money *IS* commodified social relationships.
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> > Blyden Potts
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> > no.
> > money is capital and it's hardly relational
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> > On Feb 21, 2005, at 5:43 PM, Blyden B. Potts wrote:
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> > Isn't ALL capital 'relationship capital'?
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> > Blyden Potts
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