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maria melo's Avatar Jump to comment 24 by maria melo

Perhaps Marx noticed that change yes, people lived a more idylic relation between them (as it was the primitive communism imagined by Marx, or more close to a medieval society) and the hunger for profit alienated social relations, using people simply as objects of profit (after the medieval society). Regardeless of political ideals, that is a bit true that people seek for social justice and idylic relations, no one lives alone. I loved it. True or not, Sociology was born from that necessity of social justice, and laws and rights have to rule those relations, independently of being or not a"communist" country.

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