> > Unfortunately, some Marxists can be as bad (if not worse). EK.
> > Hunt told me
> > the story of a grad student at UC-Riverside who encountered what at the
> > time was considered to be Marx's mistake in the presentation of the
> > so-called "transformation problem" in vol. III of CAPITAL. This student's
> > response: it's not Marx's mistake; the problem was with bourgeois
> > mathematics.
> I guess if math can be bourgeois, then
> E=mc-squared can be sexist.
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