Second Nature and the Organic Composition of Capital?

Dumb question–has anyone written anything aligning what Hegelian-Marxists interpret as Marx’s theory of second nature/natural history in relation to his theory of the organic composition of capital? If not such a comparison would show how and why Marx articulates the constitution of capital as a second nature. Rather than some mysterious type of abstract externality that hovers above us in some way, it would point out that Marx links the autonomous function of these abstractions to valorization and real subsumption. Demonstrating this might also provide a means of aligning Western Marxism with the dynamic of capital.

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