: The change dynamic is in fact the experience of daily life- we are next door to the kind of co-operation required, we allready live in complex socialised structures of production, all we need to do is push it all the way, so that we can lvie fully in socialised production.
Its that bit which I'll address in apost soon
Thanks for the link by the way. I will have to agree more with the absent Joel where Hegel is concerned - all that essentialism you know. what he seems to be saying, in essence, is that people work in a manner seemingly unconnected and become dissaffected this way. His earlier quotation "man produces not for himself, but, on a reciprocal basis, for others as well." is followed by an arguiable conclusion "Labour becomes social labour, and men's aims in the process of labour are not only their individual aims, but broader, trans-individual ones". That conclusion does not have to follow - it sounds like an argument for mutual benefit in open trade, except it suggests that the intent is different.
You might also be like this critique of hegel