The primitive community was destroyed by its own limits. Human beings, in producing the conditions for their own survival (expanded reproduction), developed their needs and exploded the narrow framework of this limited community. Exchange between communities (communities ended where exchange of commodities began) gradually subsumed and revolutionised their internal reality, thus bringing about the split between the use of objects for immediate needs - use value - and their use as objects by way of which others can be procured through exchange - the basis of exchange value. This brought about the historical dissolution of these communities and the beginning of the cycle of value.

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