It implies that the products (or services) made defines workers.The higher the valuation of the product, the less the worker is valued implying that workers contributing to economic growth benefit least.
Marx explains the controversy between human investment and expected gains, whereby workers receive the least from the economic advancement compared to property owners, because of capitalism influence (Marx 70). Marx’s assertion that “The worker becomes a slave of his object” implies a condition of dependence by a worker because the object product determines labor. Enslavement is because devaluation of workers, thereby compelling them to provide labor consistently. The concept of alienation has various effects in different societal settings, which involve both communist and capitalist. Communist and capitalist societal settings contrast each other. The communist society helps to streamline the inter-relation between labor and product through common delegation of resources (Marx 66). Contrary to communism, capitalist uphold the existence of private property, which is the apex of alienation (Marx 79). Private property is an ultimate idea in capitalistic societies. According to Marx, private property advocates the existence of inhuman power (100). Inhuman power concerning alienation involves the exploitation of the work force by the wealthy. Resource delegation in such cases of capitalism favors the wealthy who enjoy other people’s investments.
Marx maintains that capitalism causes people to be self-centered making them regard others as useful entities for their success (101). He argues that the human activity in the absence of alienation is normal due to the lack of abstraction (74). The product and labor value have inherent relations because of lack of devaluation production processes. The products’ nature defines human activity. However, the product in a