Research on Marx’s Theory of Natural Productivity: From Perspective of Practice

Chuan LUO, Xin YANG

Abstract


Marxist theory of productivity from traditional Marxist philosophy textbook and those past explanation on Marx’s natural productivity didn’t grasp its true meaning. From the view of this paper, only by adopting Marx’s philosophical thinking “from practice” can we realize essence of Marx’s theory of natural productivity. The paper interprets the theory from three perspectives respectively from “why”, “how” and its “significant”. 


Keywords


Marx; Natural productivity; Understanding from practice

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References


Marx. (1961). The poverty of philosophy (p.17). Beijing, China: Commercial Press.

Selections of K. Marx and F. Engels (Vloume 1). (2012). Beijing, China: People’s Publishing House.

Selections of K. Marx and F. Engels (Vloume 4). (1995). Beijing, China: People’s Publishing House.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7117

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