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n.1.The state or quality of being massy; ponderousness.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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C+-M+) with all the massiness of exploitation and labour discipline that makes expansion possible (McQueen, 2011b).
Leaving aside that that this concern is epistemological, not with an ontology of social relations, it remains the case that if money were a Leibnizian monad, those other 'meanings' would have been supplied by God and could not be the outcome of the 'massiness' of human action over the past 250 years, as an historical materialist must maintain.
which, by the 1920s, had achieved its characteristic massiness and