suggests that, however progressive and necessary the eradication of barriers to full and equal participation has and continues to be, there is still something(s) structural

suggests that, however progressive and necessary the eradication of barriers to full and equal participation has and continues to be, there is still something(s) structural going on in societies – including democratic societies – that limits or makes nearly impossible the attainment of real liberty or freedom – true human rights and human happiness. By the end of the essay, it isn’t necessarily clear what/how exactly Marx is able to make this claim, but his set-up and ‘big picture’ questions are intriguing, particularly in light of the other thinkers and texts we’ve been exploring. So…what might it mean to argue, as Marx does, that formal equality and formal liberty are not the same things as real/actual equality and real/actual liberty? is the significance of making these formal vs. real/formal vs. actual distinctions?

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