The capitalist system of society does not foster healthy relations among human beings. A few people owe all the means of production and others-though nominally few have to sell their labour under conditions imposed upon them. The emphasis of capitalism being on the supreme importance of material with the intensity of its appeal is to the acquisitive intensity. It promotes worship of economic power with little regard to the means employed for its acquisition and the end that it serves. By its exploitation of human beings to the limits of endurance its concentration is on the largest profit rather then maximum production. Thus the division of human family is done on the basis of economic circumstance. All this is injurious to division of human dignity. And when the harrowed poor turn to the founders of religion for succour, they rather offer a subtle defense of the established order. They promise future happiness for their present suffering and conjure up visions of paradise to redress the balance, the religion justifies it.
Capitalism is injurious to human relations because it divides society into two groups, i.e.: