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In the first case , what is involved is chiefly an exchange between men and nature
in which the labour of the former is exchanged for the products of the latter ; in the
second , it is predominantly an exchange of men among themselves .
Production , distribution , exchange and consumption thus form a proper
syllogism ; production represents the general , distribution and exchange the
particular , and consumption the individual case which sums up the whole . This
is indeed a ...
Since exchange is simply an intermediate phase between production and
distribution , which is determined by production , and consumption ; since
consumption is moreover itself an aspect of production , the latter obviously
comprises also ...
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FEUERBACH OPPOSITION OF THE MATERIALIST
B The Illusion of the Epoch
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