The aim of all these various forms (…) of „communitarian Socialism“ was an industrial organization in which every working person would be an active and responsible participant, where work would be attractive and meaningful, where [284] capital would not employ labor, but labor would employ capital. ― (1955a: The Sane Society, New York (Rinehart and Winston, Inc.) 1955, pp. 284-5.)

Socialism is the abolition of human self-alienation, the return of man as a real human being. ― (1961b: Marx’s Concept of Man. With a Translation of Marx’s Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts by T.B. Bottomore, New York (F. Ungar Publisher Co.) 1961, p. 68.)