From Capitalism to Feudalism

Throughout the history of humanity, we have gone through different modes of production that man has created to survive. These modes of production have been: the primitive, the enslaved person, the feudal, the capitalist, and the socialist. The primitive method of production is the one that lasted the longest.

In it, there were no social classes, and there was no private property. Everything was communal. The division of labor was made according to age and sex; that is, children and women performed work that their physical condition allowed them.

In primitive communism, there was no production surplus, so there was no inequality of goods or the need for a state. Being a society based on self-consumption, all its social relationships were communal. This mode of production was replaced by slavery.

In the slave mode of production, the labor force is subject to slavery: it is not the property of the workers, who therefore do not have to be paid. Social relations are based on property and rights, making some people accessible and others enslaved.

The interest in improving production corresponds only to the owner since the enslaved person does not benefit or suffer directly from a better or worse harvest. This mode of production was followed by feudalism.

During the feudal era, two social classes were observed in the countryside: feudal lords and serfs, while in the cities, most of the population was made up of artisans and merchants. Among the artisans were the masters, the apprentices, and the laborers, who worked in craft workshops.

In these workshops, people learned the entire manufacturing process and left pieces of their intellectual and spiritual being in what they produced. Over time, the productive forces and the relations of production came into conflict. Thus Those created the premises for a profound socio-economic revolution that would replace the feudal mode of production with capitalism.

The capitalist mode of production focuses on the establishment of production relations socially based on the existence of proletarians dispossessed of any relationship with the means of production, who belong to the capitalist, with whom they are forced to make a contract in free appearance, for which they sell their labor power in exchange for a salary.

Along with the capitalist mode of production also arises the socialist. Socialism is based on social ownership of the means of production and is characterized by its determined struggle to satisfy the growing material and cultural needs of the entire society and each of its members, based on developing, incessantly, and planning the national economy and increasing, uninterruptedly, the production of social work.

Currently, the author of the book Intelligent Company System, Mr. Aníbal Basurto Amparano, proposes in some way the regression to the feudal era, in which each of the workers in the craft workshops learned a trade, that is, they learned the complete process of the workshop, which allowed them at a given moment to become teachers and even have their workshop.

The Intelligent Company System proposes the rescue of people in companies, to stop being simple employees, and that they can become Intrapreneurs (Inside Entrepreneurs).

This System raises the following premise: “if what differentiates a rich country from a poor country is the generation of wealth; when the only entity that generates wealth is the company and the only one that makes a company is a businessman, then what Mexico needs are entrepreneurs.”

That is why this System suggests that we return to the feudal era where people, after working in a workshop, we’re able to become economically independent and establish their workshop since they knew how to make handicrafts and how to manage the business.

More than a return to feudalism, the Intelligent Company System proposes the next stage in the history of humanity: the Age of Knowledge. In which the “worker,” the “employee,” the “worker” of the companies will become people again because they will think, feel, and be free until they become true Intrapreneurs.

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