Karl Marx

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Eventually workers under capitalism lose control of themselves, in not having any control of their work. As the industrial evolution was occurring in Karl Marx’s time he came to realize, “the alienation of the laborer in his product has this significance: since his labor is an object, not only does this labor become a separate existence, but it is also separate from him, independent, alien to his existence and a self-sufficient power which exists above him...
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In order for the workers to survive, he believed workers create a product which they have no participation in besides the actual creation. The product the workers create has no significance or benefit to the creator, solely to the consumer of the product. An example of this might be an employee who works in sales and could be selling a product which he or she would never purchase...
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