Converting MKV to AVI

Dennis Paul, Germany

Man is a species-being, not only because he practically and theoretically makes the species... but also because he looks upon himself as the present, living species, because he looks upon himself as a universal and therefore free being. Species-life, both for man and for animals, consists physically in the fact that man, like animals, lives from inorganic nature; and because man is more universal than animals, so too is the area of inorganic nature from which he lives more universal. Just as plants, animals, stones, air, light, etc., theoretically form a part of human consciousness, partly as objects of science and partly as product of his labor, his life activity, his species-being, is the estrangement of man from man. When man confronts himself, he also confronts other men.

Karl Marx