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Everyone overthinks Marx on this particular point. It's easier to understand if we forget about class for a second and make it personal. Say you are employed by a guy named Joe, who owns a big machine that makes widgets. He needs you to run the machine because he has all sorts of 'front store' stuff to do: selling widgets, advertising, keeping books, etc. He ...


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It is not necessary as it derives an "ought" from "is". Profit is extracted from X X is miserable Revolution is necessary That revolution is necessary is neither self-evident analytically (necessarily true), nor does it follow from premises. For it to be necessary you need to introduce a supporting "axiom" that 'egalitarianism ...


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