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An age of humanistic capital?

Rules of capitalist development force the capitalist class to have a qualitatively expanded reproduction of the community labour force. With this the onesided specialisation of the individual work force is ended and the reproduction of the total capital is subordinated to the production of the total labour force: the history of the pre-communist societies comes to an end. Every society is doomed to failure which is based on the material capital accumulation. This is equally true of the classical capitalism based on the reproduction of separate private capital and of state monopoly socialism based on the accumulation of material total capital.