Marx’s Alienation Theory and Contemporary Value

Runqian MIAO, Ling JIANG, Daojin SUN

Abstract


Since the reform and open policy for 30 years. China, on the one hand, greatly develops the productive forces, and enriched people’s material life. On the other hand, society also appeared many alienation phenomenon. According to Marx’s theory, the Communist society will eliminate private ownership, in which people are free and comprehensive development. It’s the sublimation of alienation. But our country is still at the primary stage of socialism, so called the underdeveloped stage. This requires us to develop the capital greatly. And in the economic system, which the public ownership as the main body, a variety of ownership coexist, we can still find the private ownership economy and the division of labor. This determines the necessity of dissemination phenomenon exists in China. So we need to return to the classics, exploring the fundamental cause and find the right measure to solve the problem. Marx provides us with the weapons of theory in his Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844. Based on China’s social reality, this paper starting from the analysis of Marx’s theory of alienation, combing the dissimulation phenomenon in contemporary society, to study the value of the theory of alienation in today’s
society.


Keywords


Marx; Alienation; Era value; Contemporary Value; Alienation phenomenon

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7162

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