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Marxs Evaluative Perspective
Exploitation and Alienation
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According to Marx achieve argue argument autonomy basic structure believes bourgeois capitalist Chapter circumstances of justice civil and political civil society claim coercion communism communist society concept of human conception of exploitation conception of justice conception of rights conflict considered judgments Difference Principle distinction distributive justice egoistic evaluative perspective German Ideology Greatest Equal Liberty Hegel human nature Ibid ideal individuals inequalities institutions interests John Rawls juridical concepts justice and rights Karl Marx labor process Marx's concept Marx's critique Marx's theory Marx's views Marxian objection McLellan means of production mode of production notion objective freedom one's original position parties Philosophy plausible primary principles of justice proletariat public goods problem radical Rawls reflective equilibrium require respect for persons revolutionary motivation role satisfied sense social coordination species surplus value theory of alienation Theory of Justice thesis tion undistorted utility wage-labor worker worst-off