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Private property is thus the product , the result , the necessary consequence , of
alienated labour , of the external relation of the worker to nature and to himself .
Private property thus results by analysis from the concept of alienated labour , i .
necessary , an alteration which can only take place in a practical movement , a
revolution ; this revolution is necessary , therefore , not only because the ruling
class cannot be overthrown in any other way , but also because the class ...
... form of intercourse , which mutually determine each other — this is the real
basis of the State and remains so at all the stages at which division of labour and
private property are still necessary , quite independently of the will of individuals .
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FEUERBACH OPPOSITION OF THE MATERIALIST
B The Illusion of the Epoch
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