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Commodity Fetishism

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  • Commodity fetishism — Part of a series on Marxism …   Wikipedia

  • commodity fetishism — An idea elaborated by Karl Marx early in the first volume ofCapital. He makes a distinction between use value and exchange value: the former is a judgement about the usefulness of an object; the latter is what that same object will fetch in… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Commodity Fetishism —    See Fetishism of the Commodity …   Historical dictionary of Marxism

  • Commodity form theory — is a theory of jurisprudence advanced by the Soviet legal theorist Evgeny Pashukanis. The theory argues that the legal form is the parallel of the commodity form under capitalist society. All law is concerned with the process of the exchanging of …   Wikipedia

  • Commodity production — is the production of wares for sale. It is a type of production in which products are produced not for direct consumption by the producers, as in subsistence production, but are surplus to their own requirements and are produced instead… …   Wikipedia

  • Commodity (Marxism) — Part of a series on Marxism …   Wikipedia

  • Fetishism — This article concerns the concept of fetishism in anthropology. For other uses see Fetish (disambiguation). A fetish (from French fétiche ; from Portuguese feitiço ; from Latin facticius , artificial and facere , to make ) is an object believed… …   Wikipedia

  • Commodity — Wares redirects here. For the online distribution of copyrighted goods, see Warez …   Wikipedia

  • commodity — A commodity is the form a product takes when the material means of existence are organized through exchange. Commodities have two values: their immediate use in satisfying some need or desire, and their use as vehicles of exchange. Money is… …   Philosophy dictionary

  • fetishism of commodities — See commodity fetishism …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Fetishism of the Commodity —    In his analysis of capitalism in Capital Karl Marx introduces his notion of the fetishism of the commodity. Drawing an analogy with religious fetishes where a power is falsely attributed to an object, Marx argues that in capitalism the… …   Historical dictionary of Marxism

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