Marx and Revolution

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Timothy J

 

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March 16, 2014

 

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In the end, the outcome is all the same; the worker loses control of his product. The problem with estranged labor is the theory that the more a worker produces and the more valuable his product becomes, the poorer he becomes. For Marx, this leads to the worker himself becoming a commodity that, like his product, he does not own...
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Instead of a worker owning his labor with his labor having inherent value, the labor is locked inside the products, and outside of the worker. This independence of labor from its original worker is the basis for Marx's next powerful term, "alienation." Alienation of labor is simply when labor exists outside of the worker and when the worker has no claim over his labor...
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