In the process of capitalist production we nosdeparamos with two different types of capital: the constant capital and the capitalvarivel. The Constant Capital if transforms into means of production nomodificando its largeness of value in the work process, while the CapitalVarivel a transformation of part of the capital in work force, modifying oseu value in the production process, producing its proper equivalent and umexcedente, the more-value. The main objective is the more-value attainment dosdetentores of capital. In the diverse branches of economic activity, diferentequantidade of means of production can add it one same amount desalrios, that is, changeable capital. The Constant Capital is composed for duaspartes different and of nature distinct. They are: the ways of work you eat which if they execute objects of trabalhoe the proper object of work.
Osmeios of work according to Marx, ‘ ‘ it is therefore the following one: with the functioning econsequentemente with the expense of the way of work, one has broken of its value passapara its product, while to another one she remains fixed to the way of work, epor this exactly to the process of trabalho’ ‘ (Julian Borchardt, 1982). The capitalist fires a part of its capital for continuous aproduo, for capitals of devempois importncias quepermaneam equal the other circumstances, of course to be diferentes’ ‘.