unalienated

unalienated

(ʌnˈeɪlɪəˌneɪtɪd)
adj
1. not estranged or alienated in feeling
2. (Law) (of property) not able to have the ownership transferred
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Unalienated relations within roles are those wherein relations of appropriation are undisturbed.
In placing a reserve on the unalienated land along this waterway (again its timber could still be cut), the BC government explained that it was doing so "with a view to conserving, as far as possible, the water of said Creek, and keeping the same free from all impurities.
Kaufman suggests that "Mill's ideal of the good life is more like Marx's conception of unalienated man than it is like Bentham's happy man" (1971, 202).
Prompted by a "friendly vision" which "with golden promise chears my heart again," the narrator conjures up a paean to the divine creator, sung by "radiant spirits," the gathered nations "from yet unalienated lands," beasts and birds and even the leaves whose surfaces echo the sound.
This interviewee communicated the assumption that entrepreneurial work necessarily places the individual in control of their means of production, leading to an unalienated form of work and resulting in greater degrees of working satisfaction (Hope and Richards, 2015).
For a related connection from an explicitly Marxist perspective, see Limon (1983), who argues that the everyday expressive practices that workers create and share with one another on company time, whether verbal or material, represent a kind of unalienated form of labor which diverts attention from the profit motive.
is that place where the conditions of exile--from Eden or from some primal harmony with the Mother--do not obtain; it is a realm of nurture, abundance, and unalienated labor within which all men are truly brothers" (171).
The second divergence follows from the first: if what the unalienated subject is to take itself to be is not determined by the results of a prior act of self-expression, then unalienated selfhood will be defined not by the content of the subject's appropriative activity but by its form: the presence or absence of alienation depends not on what the self takes itself to be but on how it determines what it is.
In Marx's terminology, savings are 'living capital', alienated from their owner, while a hoard is 'dead capital', unalienated from its owner.
174) In the course of the Delgamuukw litigation the plaintiffs (recognizing the different role of the caveat in the BC land titles system (175)) took a slightly different tack and sought to file a certificate of Us pendens against unalienated Crown land within the area affected by their statement of claim.
Passed through the alembic of Koons' sensibility, mass-produced materials achieve not the high-modernist dream of unalienated objecthood, but a renewed submission to the cult of personality.
What would unalienated labour look like if you went back to the general ideology of communism?