Definition of financial capital

Communist Confusion  June 19, 2012 – 03:19 pm
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Communists have long been a confused and conflicted bunch.  So would you be if you were trying to fit a square theoretical peg into the round hole of reality.  But one thing you kinda have to admire is their dogged persistence.  Against all theoretical and empirical evidence that Marxism is complete and utter hogwash, these guys just keep throwing down.  The ethos of Marxist ‘dialectics’ seems as alive and well as it’s ever been.  I get knocked down, but get up again and hit you with the same useless ideas I tried last time, you never gonna beat me down.

Of course we must remember that when the Soviet Union collapsed in the late ’80′s, the only thing that collapsed was the Soviet Union.  Don’t for one minute think that communism went somewhere to die.  On the contrary, it went somewhere to rest and recuperate, get some spa treatment for those tired and weary muscles, a pep talk in its corner to get it ready to come out swninging again.

I’m immediately reminded of the Bible verse in Matthew 12:43-45,

“When the unclean spirit has gone out of a person, it passes through waterless places seeking rest, but finds none. Then it says, ‘I will return to my house from which I came.’ And when it comes, it finds the house empty, swept, and put in order. Then it goes and brings with it seven other spirits more evil than itself, and they enter and dwell there, and the last state of that person is worse than the first. So also will it be with this evil generation.”

Source: Mises SA blog

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No, You're not getting Marx or classical econ

Amaxen:
Look. Be clear that Marxism isn't the common ideology of most people.
topey: Not relevant to your statement that silver can’t be capital. You made a very broad and sweeping statement that silver is simply in no way capital: “I'd say that if you think silver = 'capital', you need to re-read some economics.”
Now you are backing away from that and saying ‘non-Marxist” econ...the capital goods.
topey: This is silly. You’re saying that if the technologies of the industrial revolution were not already in existence in their end form, a giant infusion of wealth could in no way facilitate research, trade, or production related to the industrial revolution. You’re clenching your anus so tightly around what you think your views are that you’re missing the big picture.

Sigh.

Look. Be clear that Marxism isn't the common ideology of most people.
read this definition of what capital actually is:
You can buy capital goods with financial capital only if such capital goods already exist. If they don't exist, or your society is already at the maximum production frontier, injecting more financial capital will have no effect on the capital goods.
When marx was talking about capital, he mean primarily those goods that are the means of production as opposed to financial capital. So, a hammer, a saw, a bessemer converter, are the type of capital he was talking about.

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