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Karl Marx

Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844

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    breaking-down of the latter into its simple operations
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    certain expenditure of time a
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    external natural forces are being compelled to participate to an ever-greater d
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    have time at their disposal for spiritual creative activity
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    must cease to be the slaves of the body,.
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    reduced to the strictest bodily needs.
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    the contrasts between wealth and poverty accordingly stand out more sharply.
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    xploitation of the poor by the rich is still universally recognised.”
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    and they are worse off if at the same
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    ave remained unchang
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    seven times as much as he did, s
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    mechanically monotonous activity
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    the basis of the above exposition,
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    hrows them into competition with
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    reduces its own workers to utter wretchedness.
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    overwhelming majority of the population
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    In the same way, f
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    extract the utmost advantage from his land. Rather, he c
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    bound to him by ties of respect, allegiance and duty. H
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    Such is nobility’s relationship to landed property, which casts a romantic glory on its lords.
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