16 why does marx consider most workers alienated from

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16. Why does Marx consider most workers "alienated" from their acts of production? Explain why you do, or don't, think that his analysis applies to the work one does as a student. Does it make a difference if (1) your major is something you are intrinsically interested in, or (2) it is something that you are studying only because you expect the degree to help you get a job at the end?
own nature; essence becomes mere means for existence; Workers are alienated from other people; if you are alienated from humanity, then you are alienated from those around you; human nature is just serving animal instincts We should look for a job that the activity you are doing is intrinsically good – something that is meaningful for us. 17. Both Marx and Aristotle understood the human good as involving a type of activity that was particular to humans. Outline the similarities and differences between their two views and explain which of the two conceptions of the human good you find more plausible and why.

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