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Marxs Evaluative Perspective
Exploitation and Alienation
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according achieve activity alienation appears applied argue argument assume basic become believes calls capitalism capitalist Chapter circumstances civil society claim commitment communism communist conception consciousness considered criticisms critique desires Difference Principle distinction distributive effective ends equal evaluative example existence exploitation fact fair force freedom Further Hegel human idea ideal important individuals inequalities institutions interests interpretation judgments juridical juridical concepts labor later least liberty limited Marx Marx's Marxian maximize means moral motivation nature necessary notion objection one's original position particular parties passage persons perspective Philosophy play political possible present primary principles of justice problem production proletariat question radical rational Rawls reason refers relations require respect revolutionary role satisfied seems sense social society species structure subjective Theory of Justice thesis tion utility worker