HUMAN ISSUES IN KARL MARX’S ECONOMIC AND PHILOSOPHICAL MANUSCRIPTS OF 1844

Nguyen Anh Quoc

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Man is both a product of history and a creator of himself. Human activity is free and conscious. Social communication is the communication of human reality. Human life is labor and labor itself is the need, the purpose of life. Labor performs the attributes, values and qualities of people and asserts themselves to the rhythm and intensity of society. All human values are derived from labor and the negative, limited, social conflicts are caused by the alienation of labor. Labor alienation causes non-human forces to dominate everything. Overcoming that alienation must be perception, mastering itself through a very difficult and lasting process in reality, namely, communism.

 

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natural, human, social, freedom, labor

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v0i0.450

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