Karl Marx's theory of alienation can be proven in the U.S workforce.
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known as "Entfremdung" (estrangement) it designates the types of human relations which are not controlled by their participants,causing Such relations to present themselves as the separation of things that naturally belong together; and the placement of misappropriated hostility, which stems from the systemic result of living in a socially stratified society.
open to anyone willing to oppose this notion.
in one such example, say you are a customer in a cafe, you enter, and you decide instead of purchase something you attempt to loiter or converse with one of the employed. once they find out you have no intention of buying anything you will be either ignored or asked to leave. if your not going to give them money, your nothing to them, here we see the alienation, you are a customer/consumer not a person.
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro had burden of proof and didn't provide enough proof. The con negated pro points enough to warrant a tie in terms of weight, which means con wins.
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