.....transformed into capital, is produced as capital. Only that wage-labour is productive which produces capital. (This is the same as saying that it reproduces on an enlarged scale the sum of value expended on it, or that it gives in return more labour than it receives in the form of wages. Consequently, only that labour-power is productive which produces a value greater than its own.)
-[CHAPTER IV] Theories of Productive and Unproductive Labour, [1. Productive Labour from the Standpoint of Capitalist Production: Labour Which Produces Surplus-Value]
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