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I ntroduction to your market for social capital . “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need .” . Marx said.

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This has often been interpreted to mean that everything should be shared equally. But Marx says nothing about equality, rather he emphasizes the relationships between people.

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A communist society is a society where everyone is linked in a mutual interdependency with others and self-actualization is the driving force.

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“If our goal is to overcome alienation by fostering bonds between man and man, then we must build up institutions which enable man to identify his ends with those of others, with the direction in which his society is moving.”

in other words we must try to reduce the gulf between the realms of the private and the public
“In other words, we must try to reduce the gulf between the realms of the private and the public.”
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we have asked ourselves how we can merge a social institution like family and friends, with an economic like a company
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we have asked ourselves how we can merge a social institution like family and friends, with an economic like a company
public corporation acquiring shares access to e capital
public corporation> acquiring shares > access to e-capital >

Similarities

< social network< friend requests< access to s-capital

public corporation legally contracts unknown people unlimited time
public corporation< legally contracts < unknown people <unlimited time <

Differences

> social network> no legal validity > friends

> time is limited

public corporation legally contracts unknown people unlimited time1
public corporation+legally contracts + unknown people -unlimited time +

What happens if they merge?

+ social network- no legal validity + friends

- time is limited

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“In your enjoyment, or use, of my product I would have the direct enjoyment both of being conscious of having satisfied a human need by my work, [---], and of having thus created an object corresponding to the need of another man’s essential nature. . .”

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This also means that no one can own anyone else\'s work, or even their own work, as value cannot exist outside of this relationship
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