Definition of Productive Forces | What is Productive Forces

Concept and Meaning of Productive Forces

The strength and the ability to move something or someone who make the resistance or that has weight; the natural virtue of things; the application of physical or moral force; the action of forcing someone to do something; the more vigorous State of something; and the influence that can change the State of rest or motion of a body are some definitions of the concept of force.
Productive, meanwhile, is an adjective that means that what has the virtue of produce or which proves useful and profitable. Product, is, somehow, cause, origin/result, childbearing, or make something.
The productive forces are, therefore, the elements that man transformed through labour to produce goods necessary for their livelihood. The concept was invented by Marxism and is linked to the production of material life.
The productive forces, including factors of nature (like water or electricity), but also from working procedures by working in the fields (agriculture) than in garages, small factories and large industrial complexes. Marxism combines human relations that occur through the development of the productive forces to the division of classes and private ownership of the means of production.
This means that the productive forces are changing according to the system of relations of production and historical materialism means the superstructure (the ideologies that depend on the economic and material society conditions).
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