Subsidium industriale

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Subsidium industriale[1] (Theodisce Industrielle Reservearmee), vel fortasse subsidia operarum[2] vel subsidia laboris,[3] est notio status a Carolo Marx in quo dum accumulatio capitalis superest, ut facultas laborandi ultra quaestum, quod causa inopiae operarum fecit. Quod Marx "legem generalis accumulationis capitalis" appellavit et dixit, "dum historia Lazari classis laboratorium et militum reservum industoriae? augent, ut paupertas publica crescat.[4] Atque causa qualitatis antagonistae acculumationis capitalis putavit.[5] Marx qualem inopia operatum beneficium pro conductoribus, quia ius laboratorum submittet? et usurpatio in industria plus potest, etiam de populatione librum Thomas Roberti Malthus citat ad theoriam suam refragandum.[6]

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  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratus (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Francice: armée de réserve des travailleurs. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratus (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  3. Anglice reserve army of labor. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratus (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  4. Carolus Marx, Das Kapital, Volumen I, Sectio VII, Caput 23 (Theodisce: Je grösser endlich die Lazursgeschichte der Arbeiterclase und die industrielle Reserearmee, desto grösser der officielle Pauperism.)
  5. Calorus Marx, Das Kapital, Volumen I, Sectio VII Caput 23, ubi etiam Misère de la philosophie (Caput II, Sectio 1,7) citat ad rem explicandum.
  6. From the nature of a population, an increase of labourers cannot be brought into market, in cosequence of a particular demand, till after the lapse of 16 or 18 years, and the conversion of revunue into capital, by saving, may take place much more rapidly; a country is always lieable to an increase in the quality of the funds for the maintenance of labour faster than the increase of population. - Malthus, An Essay on the Principle of Polulation

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