Thursday, May 4, 2017
Forty-seven boxes did it, so I turned my attention to stuff crammed into my office closet. In a box otherwise filled with a lifetime of offprints, I surfaced a book entitled Knoiwledge and Politics, edited in 1989 by Marcelo Dascal and Ora Gruengard of Tel Aviv University. In it I found an essay I had rotally forgotten writing, called "Absolute Fruit and Abstract Labor: Remarks on Marx's Use of the Concept of Inversion." It was inspired by the early hilarious book by Marx and Engels called The Holy Family. A quick glane suggests that it is a version of part of Moneybags Must Be So Lucky.