D. The appearance of Mohammed Saleh *: The imaginary capital: intellectual dialogue
by Dr.. Appearance of Mohammed Saleh
- Posted on 27/08/2018
I have completed the interpretation of the phenomenon of the imaginary capital of Karl Marx, which he cited as an example that everyone is dealing with today, which is more like a metaphor and has no modern explanation in light of the methodology of economic thought and its role in explaining such phenomena within the scope of the economy of transactions.
The rolling example explicitly refers to the man who deposited A hundred dollars in the hotel owner and asked to wait a little before deciding to rent a room for him in that hotel,
here the hotel owner took advantage of the amount deposited to settle his debt immediately in the city next door Katsab and the same amount and then how to take the Qasab just the other payment of his debt and the same amount To the owner of cattle and then s Or the latter to pay what he paid immediately to the owner of the feed and finally the owner of the fodder settlement of a similar debt was owed to the owner of the hotel itself.
Here the man returned to the hotel and decided his decision and decided not to rent the room and withdraw the amount deposited with the owner of the hotel and leave the place after the settlement of the accounts and balance of all interests between the creditor and debtor.
The wisdom and logic that set the rhythm of the process of economic settlement of the receivables among all have paid off all that they paid (in a matrix of equal and temporary settlements of equal and temporary settlements) for the temporary use of the $100, which returned at the end of the day to the owner without cost, except for investment over time in the hours of that day.
The question here is how do we find a theoretical explanation for this highly logical phenomenon in the economics of exchange?
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