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Labor Between the General and the Restricted

There’s a remarkable similarity between the two following passages, the first a remark from the Grundrisse on the equation of production with consumption and Spinoza (apparently reiterating what Pierre Macherey has argued is a misreading by Hegel of Spinoza, though I don’t have a good enough handle on the nuances of this argument to comment on it much at all), the second on the importance of the ‘production of production’ from the beginning of  2 460 ord igjen

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“The Vampyre Blogs – Coming Home” introduced a new cast of characters to the Para-Earth Series. 121 ord igjen

1965 - John Wayne - There was no tougher cowboy than him

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My Grandpa and me after he took care of a rabid coyote on our farm. [1990s]

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My first attempt at colorizing! Portrait of a young lady, 1940s

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S2 Episode 8: Mildred Harnack and the Red Orchestra

So Milwaukee, and Wisconsin, is something of a mixed bag when it comes to the World Wars.

But one lady from Milwaukee is an undisputed, unequivocal, unparalleled, Nazi-fighting bad-ass woman who gave up literally everything to fight against the fascist uprising in her adopted homeland. 21 ord igjen

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