Privateigentum, Verdinglichungskritik und die Vergesellschaftung der Produktionsmittel

Hauke Brunkhorst 1
  • 1 Universität Flensburg, Internationales Institut für Management und ökonomische Bildung, Auf dem Campus 1, 24943 Flensburg

Abstract

The problem of a society based on private ownership of productive forces is the unequal and unjust conditions of producing economic wealth and political power. The bourgeois legal concept of private property is a paradigmatic combination of the reification of universal concepts and class-interest. An exemplary case is Hegel’s Philosophy of Law. The essay tries to reconstruct the idea of democratic socialism as a still workable alternative.

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As an open forum for discussion, Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie promotes dialog between different philosophical cultures, transcending any one school of thought. The journal primarily publishes studies that are actively engaged in modern international philosophical discourse and explore new conceptual approaches. In addition to scholarly papers, essays, interviews, and symposia, the journal presents discussions and book reviews.

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