Labor, Class and Revolution: Analysis of Marx’s the Concept of “Alienation Labor”

Yao WANG, Daojin SUN

Abstract


The alienated labour theory has a very important position in the Marxism’s theory. Three kinds of manifestation of alienation: the wage, return on capital, rent. In my opinion, capital, rent and labourer, after these three fundamental layers be separated. Because of peace with capitalism and landed estate, the composition of the social class changes. In other words, capitalism as polarized society which is divided into the proletariat and bourgeois. This illustrates the historical certainty and reasons. The author from the perspective of historical materialism, the use of text interpretation method, based on the “economic and philosophical manuscripts of 1844” the first draft of part to analyze the human to the world the sublation of alienation and achieve the liberation of human labor ought to be, that is the historical inevitability of ultimate alienated of labor. Alienation of labor as an important category of Marxist philosophy, it condenses the working masses Marx’s deep sympathy and realization of human aspirations of freedom and liberation theory.


Keywords


Capital; Rent; Labourer; Alienation; Revolution

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References


Marx, K. (1979). Economic and philosophical manuscripts of 1844. Beijing, China: People’s Press.

Marx, K. (1999). The Marxist classic anthology. Beijing, China: People’s Press.

Marx, K. (1950). The poverty of philosophy. Beijing, China: People’s Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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