From: Alastair Kemp <alastair.kemp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2011 15:05:44 +0100 (BST)
I'm reading The Routledge Classics 2002 first published, 2nd reprint for 2006 copy of Order of Things.
On page 227, Chapter 6: Exchanging, Section VIII Desire and Reproduction, lines 14-16 it states
"Language is simply the representation of words; nature is simply the representation of words; need is simply the representation of need."
Surely the 'need' in bold is a proof typo? Shouldn't it be 'wealth'?
Anyone enlighten me?
all the best