For that power which governs and pervades the universe has, evidently so formed man, that he must progressively pass from a state of ignorance to intelligence, the limits of which it is not for man himself to define; and in that progress to discover, that his individual happiness can be increased and extended only in proportion as he actively endeavours to increase and extend the happiness of all around him.
Why would Marx be more likely to agree with Owen's view of society in this passage than Smith?
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Whats the question?
Its's why would marx be more likely to agree with owen's view of society in this passage than smith?
Marx believed communal ownership would maximize human happiness.
Smith believed that humanity in general was becoming increasingly ignorant.
Marx was convinced that humans could only be happy through acting selfishly.
Marx believed that progress was harmful to the working classes.
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