It has long been established that man is a social being. Hence, as a social organism, he lives with others in interacting populations. The interactions may however be voluntary or involuntary. In the view of Karl Marx (1818 – 1883), human beings are intrinsically, necessarily and by definition through social beings who, beyond being “gregarious creatures”, cannot survive and meet their needs other than through social co-operation and association. So, for man to live in peace with fellow humans, his activities have to be managed properly and well-governed by self or others who have been saddled with such responsibilities.
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