Study on Marx’s Theory of Civil Society and Alienation

Jichang WEN

Abstract


Civil society is a particular period of the social development, refers to the communication relationship between the private individuals and it is a private field of activities which are opposed to the political society. Before the capitalist society, the political nation and the civil society have many coincident values and the separation of the two dues to the intrinsic requirements of the capitalist market economy development, and the separation also generates the representative democracy. As for alienation, it is the basic term to represent the process of the social activities; however, there is a transformation from moral priori estimation to historical priori estimation which has been
ignored.


Keywords


Marx’s theory; Civil society; Political society; Representative democracy; Alienation; Economy development

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