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Marxism and the Question of Human Needs
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abstract actual consumption allocation of social amour propre anti-humanist argue argument aspect biological bourgeois bourgeois society capacity capitalism capitalist production capitalist relations capitalist society characterised civilisation claims commodity communist society concept of needs consumed course critique definite determined discourse distinction distribution division of labour economic effective demand equally essential essentialist exchange exchange-value existence extent fact Freud Freudian German Ideology given gratification greed Grundrisse historically developed human nature human needs Ibid ideology individual interpretation judgement labour-time law of value limits Marx Marx's Marxism mode need for money one's particular Pleasure Principle political economy posed possession possible precisely productive forces psychoanalysis psychological question of needs realisation Reality Principle recognise regard relations of production relationship reproduction satisfaction of needs satisfy sense social labour social needs social production social wealth socialist specific standpoint suggest Super-Ego surplus-value tension theory of needs use-value