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If capitals and empires can secure new frontiers with bountiful supplies of such accumulated work/energy—in this case, potential labor-power, which also depend on extra-human webs of reproduction—the effect on the accumulation process is tantamount to a global wage cut or a rising rate of exploitation.
In their actual movement, capitals confront one another in certain concrete forms, and, in relation to these, both the shape capital assumes in the immediate production process and its shape in the process of circulation appear merely as particular moments.
unifying the history of capitals, natures, and class struggles as mutually relational movements in the modern world-system.
Or even when “capital” is ascribed a “global,” as distinct from a European, beginning, it is still seen in terms of the Hegelian idea of a totalizing unity—howsoever internally differentiated—that undergoes a process of development in historical time.3 Notice that Chakrabarty raises the issue of capitals geographical origins but does not see that as a central problem.