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Many of the ancient peoples belong to this category. The Greeks were normal children. The charm their art has for us does not conflict with the immature stage of the society in which it originated. On the contrary, that charm is a consequence of this and is, rather, inseparably linked with the fact that the immature social conditions which gave rise, and which alone could give rise, to this art can never recur. Written in late August 1857 First published in the journal Die Zeit, Bd. I, Nos. 23-25, 1902-03 OUTLINES OF THE CRITIQUE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY (ROUGH DRAFT OF 1 857-58) [First Instalment] Printed according to the manuscnpt • Neue • !

There are unbred children and precocious children. Many of the ancient peoples belong to this category. The Greeks were normal children. The charm their art has for us does not conflict with the immature stage of the society in which it originated. On the contrary, that charm is a consequence of this and is, rather, inseparably linked with the fact that the immature social conditions which gave rise, and which alone could give rise, to this art can never recur. Written in late August 1857 First published in the journal Die Zeit, Bd.

Elements . of a totality, differences within a unity. ProductIOn IS the dommant moment, both with regard to itself in the contradictory determination of produc'tion and with regard to the other moments. The process always starts afresh with production . m�na,:t moments . is . -evident, and the same applies to dIstnbutlOn as the dIstnbutlOn of products . r, it is itself a moment of production . A defImte [mode of] productIOn thus determines a definite [mode of] co? sumption, distribution, exchange and definite relations of these dlfferent moments to one another.

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