Marx proposed the idea to “reestablish individual property” in the future communist society, of which the central concept of the negation of negation is “individual property”. A review of the concerned arguments in Capital, Anti-Duhring, Critique of the Gotha Program and Manifesto of the Communist Party can offer a systematic understanding of the “individual property” in terms of meaning, nature, forms of realization, existing period as well as why Marx stressed the “reestablishment of individual property”, and thus help to clarify the vague understanding of this question in the current theoretical circles and finally work out the “Goldbach’s conjecture” in the studies on political economy.
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
- Individual Property
- Property of Means of Production
- Political Economy
- Marxist Economics