We've seen in the later part of the book that Robinson Crusoe's view of money has changed significantly. Starting as something he greatly desired to acquire, it has become merely something of little to no value once he is on the island.
What role does money, or wealth play for him on the island? Has he completely let go of the old society he used to live in, or does the idea of wealth still stick with him?
In what ways does he show he does or does not care about the rules and hierarchy of England? Has this affected his moral compass, or not?