A Study on Marxist Thought of Division and Three Forms of Human Development

Chunzhi DENG

Abstract


According to Marxism, labor division reflects development of productive force and development of production relation, which is closely related to social changes and human survival and development. The correspondence between labor division and human development is determined by the development of productivity, demonstrating a process of negation of negation during which human have developed from historical shape to realistic shape and future shape.

Keywords


Division; Human development; Historical shape; Realistic shape; Future shape

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7707

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