Marxist Philosophy and Animal Farm, by George Orwell
Summary of Extract - Marxist Philosophy
According to Marx, the social being of mankind determines its consciousness, and there are three moments of consciousness, each corresponding to a stage in history where, socially, man defines his labour in a certain way.
The initial primitive self-awareness is where nature dominates man. This is soon replaced by the second phase, known as Capitalism, where private property grows and nature becomes objectified by man.
The capitalist Labour theory of value states that, the value of a commodity is determined by the amount of labour spent on it. Under…
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