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S o s u r p lu s v a lu e c a n n o t b e e a rth [ die Erde] ” (1 9 7 6 c: 9 5 4 ) . D ie Erde, w h ic h m e a n s e a r t h a n d so il in th e se n se o f s o m e th in g to b e c u ltiv a te d ," is n o t t h e s a m e a s s o m e th in g w h ic h h a s its ow n r o le d is tin c t f r o m la b o r. A s m a tte r, la n d h a s its m e a n in g o n ly in re la ­ tio n s h ip to la b o u r th a t tra n s f o r m s it t h r o u g h p r o d u c tio n . T h u s in tra n s la ­ tin g E c o n o m is t S ir W illia m Petty, M a r x w rite s , “ D ie A rb e it ist s e in V ater, wie W illia m P e tty sa g t, u n d d ie E rd e s e in e M u tte r" (1 9 7 1 :5 8 ; c f.

H e r e in is a ta c it r e c o n f ig u r a tio n o f th e classical r o le o f p r a c tic a l r e a s o n (phronesis) w ith th e o r e tic a l c o n t e n t ( theoria), w h e re e th ic a l d e lib e r a tio n s e e k s d ir e c tio n f r o m t h e th e o r e tic a l a p p r e h e n s io n o f th e n a t u r e o f reality . I f th is is t i n e , t h e n e v e n w ith M a rx (a lb e it a g a in s t his in te n tio n s ) , it w o u ld s e e m praxis is n o t j u s t a c tio n b u t a c tio n w ith “a n id e o ­ lo g ica l la y e r" ( R ic o e u r 1986b: 2 2 3 ).

R ic o e u r 19 8 6 b : 6 8 - 8 6 ) . C o n se q u e n tly , d e s p ite w h a te v e r d if f e r e n c e s in th o u g h t h av e o c c u r r e d in m o v in g fro m th is e a rlie r p e r io d o f w ritin g to Capital, it is n o n e th e le s s e v id e n t th a t th e p h ilo s o p h ic a l a n th r o p o lo g y o f t h e in d iv id u a l is p r e s u p p o s e d by th e e c o n o m ic re m e d ie s M a rx p r o p o s e s in te rm s o f m o n e y , c o m m o d itie s , p r o p e rty , su rp lu s-v alu e , a n d e c o n o m ic re n t.

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