Karl Marx Alienation

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Marx felt that under a capitalism system of private property there creates two types of people, that of the property-owners and of the property less workers. Marx believed that both these classes would struggle and the property owners would dominate over the workers, thus the workers would experience forms of alienation from the world. Marx, explains that in a capitalist society four forms of alienation or separation become present. Two forms of alienation present in a capitalist society are alienation from the product, and alienation from one another. First, Marx introduces alienation from the product, “If the product of labour does not belong to the worker, if it confronts him as an alien power, this can only be because it belongs to

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