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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 .
An individual whose participation in production takes the form of wage - labour
will receive a share in the product , the result of production , in the form of wages .
The structure of distribution is entirely determined by the structure of production .
But this dependence is itself the result of the existence of capital and landed
property as independent factors of production . When one considers whole
societies , still another aspect of distribution appears to be antecedent to
production and to ...
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FEUERBACH OPPOSITION OF THE MATERIALIST
B The Illusion of the Epoch
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