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for capital is accumulated labour; that is to say, when more and more of the
worker's products are being taken from him, when ... (b) The accumulation of
capital increases the division of labour, and the division of labour increases the
number of ...
division of labour gives labour an infinite capacity to produce. It has its basis in
the propensity to exchange and barter, a specifically human propensity which is
probably not fortuitous but determined by the use of reason and of language.
division of labour and the use of machinery promote abundance of production.
Each person must be allocated the smallest possible sphere of operations. The
division of labour and the use of machinery, for their part, require the production
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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