Karl Marx Quote

Money is a crystal formed of necessity in the course of the exchanges, whereby different products of labour are practically equated to one another and thus by practice converted into commodities.


Vol. I, Ch. 2, pg. 99. - Das Kapital (Buch I) (1867)

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Money is a crystal formed of necessity in the course of the exchanges, whereby different products of labour are practically equated to one another...

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Money is a crystal formed of necessity in the course of the exchanges, whereby different products of labour are practically equated to one another...

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Money is a crystal formed of necessity in the course of the exchanges, whereby different products of labour are practically equated to one another...

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Money is a crystal formed of necessity in the course of the exchanges, whereby different products of labour are practically equated to one another...