This difficulty Marx mentions multiple times in his main works; Engels clearly formulated it in "The Origin of the Family": it is a structural difference between the era of civilization and the preceding epochs. Here Engels forcefully emphasizes that while production is essentially a collective, as long as it "is conducted on this basis, it can not grow manufacturers can not produce the mysterious alien forces to them, as it is constantly and inevitably the case in the era of civilization." Indeed, in this era of "producers have lost control over the entire production conditions of their own lives lt; ... gt; Products and production fall into the power case. But the accident - it is only one pole of interdependence, the other pole is called a necessity ". And Engels then shows how out of this so that the structure of society should be his mind, taking the form of "natural laws." Namely, such a dialectical interaction of chance and necessity, that is a classic form of ideological domination of the economy, gaining strength to the extent that the public process out of control people become independent.