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For the landed proprietor , land has the significance only of rent of land ; he
leases his plots of land and receives rent ; this is a feature which land can lose
without losing one single inherent feature , without , for example , losing any part
of its ...
Finally rent — if we take the most advanced form of distribution by which landed
property obtains a share in the productspresupposes large - scale landed
property ( strictly speaking , large - scale agriculture ) as a factor of production ,
and not ...
An individual who has neither capital nor landed property of his own is
dependent on wage - labour from his birth as a consequence of social
distribution . But this dependence is itself the result of the existence of capital and
landed property as ...
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FEUERBACH OPPOSITION OF THE MATERIALIST
B The Illusion of the Epoch
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