The Value of Science.

Applicable to academic reproduction to I would argue:

“The product of mental labour — science — always stands far below its value, because the labour time needed to reproduce it has no relation at all to the labour time required for its original production. For example, a schoolboy can learn the binomial theorem in an hour.”
MECW34 p. 87

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2 Responses to The Value of Science.

  1. Royall says:

    Applicable also, I would say, to engineering, computer programming, and commercial art.

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