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At the end of the third volume of Capital, Marx stresses that there are two distinctive characteristics of the capitalist mode of production: first, the "commodity is the dominant and determinant character of its products," which means that labor power is a commodity; second, "the production of surplus value is a direct purpose and the determining impulse of production" (Marx Engels Werke, Vol.
Marx bases the existence and the role of theory on the difference between essence and appearance (Marx Engels Werke, Vol.
The second conception of this difference is a developmental one, which "genetically develops the various forms" of the metamorphoses of capital (Marx Engels Werke, Vol.
According to Marx, "it is necessary to differentiate between the general and necessary tendencies of capital and the forms in which they are expressed" (Marx Engels Werke, Vol.
The first step in the realization of capital, in its process of reproduction, is a "circular course" that subsumes the unity of the process of producing capital (Capital, Volume II) and the process of exchange (Marx Engels Werke, Vol.