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Unformatted text preview: Das Kapital Handout: Chapter 32 from Das Kapital , volume one, reprinted in The Portable Karl Marx (ed. Kamenka), pp. 490-93. The capitalist mode of appropriation, the result of the capitalist mode of production, produces capitalist private property. This is the first negation of individual private property, as founded on the labour of the proprietor. But capitalist production begets, with the inexorability of a law of nature, its own negation. It is the negation of negation. This does not re-establish private property for the producer, but gives him individual property based on the acquisitions of the capitalist era; i.e., on co-operation and the possession in common of the land and of the means of production (p. 493)....
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