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On Property and Ownership Relations

A Return to the Social Theory of Karl Marx

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Wielslaw Gumula

This book comprises a systematic analysis of Karl Marx’s reasoning on ownership. Marx as the author of an original theory of ownership is yet to be discovered. The creator of a theory which was to interpret social reality is quite a different thinker from the creator of a doctrine which was to alter the world. In designing communist society, Marx ignored the threats which social property bears, despite having skillfully identified them in investigations of diverse pre-capitalistic forms of common ownership. The author seeks to break through one-sided interpretations which discern in Marx a decisive critique of private property and an apologia of common ownership. It becomes apparent that Marx treated both the processes of socialization and privatization of ownership with equal consideration.

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Introduction

Chapter I: What is Ownership?

On the Nature of General Concepts

Property in a Legal and Socioeconomic Sense

Production and Ownership

Ownership – A Social Relationship Shaped through Production

Owners of Conditions of Labor and Owners of Labor Power

Distribution and Ownership

Ownership – A Social Relationship Shaped through Participation in the Distribution of Product

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