Dynamical Theories of Brownian Motion, First Edition by Edward Nelson

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It is usually not difficult to find a word for something distinctive. But, once we have found it, certain logical consequences normally ensue. The most important of these is that phenomena excluded by the term form a single category opposed to it in a dualistic negation. e. words) whose principal virtue as vehicles of communication is that the meanings they convey are presumably static. It is thus not an idiosyncratic quirk of modern social science that it be obsessed with polarized dualities. It is very hard for us to think in any other way.

It was the consequences of this series of inventions, the imbalance in output first of weaving and then of spinning, followed by attempts to improve the lagging stage, which led to the utilization of new power sources and ultimately to the centralization of production in factories. Forms of division of labour, mechanisms of integration, and the reproduction of relations of production As long as the unit of production remained the household - whether in simple hierarchical division of labour, vertical division of labour, or as one phase of a functional division of labour - productive relations continued to be based on kinship roles.

And as such it was closely tied to the inner dynamic of the family under conditions of market and monetary relationships and capitalist organization of trade, putting out and marketing. Like the peasant economy, this rural-industry economy was based on a small household of producers, which was also the unit of organization of reproduction and consumption. These multiple, superimposed functions gave the proto-industrial economy its special characteristics, in particular the similarity of the rural industrial household to the peasant household in its relationship between labour and subsistence.

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