Marx viewed this form of order as capitalism because he believed that the ruling class is giving tough time to people by linking the rules of God with the political rules that were developed by these people (Heilbroner, 2012). During the time of French revolution when people were facing the feudal law they were not having the basic necessities of life. It can be viewed from this situation that the state of feudal law was an artificial state and people were getting nothing from the ruling party. At that time also the concept of natural law was artificial and rulers were not concerned about the basic necessities of people. Awareness was not present at that time and this made people think about all the consequences as natural disaster.
Marx explained that feudal system was termed as artificial by this time because in this sense the idea was about a deadlock. Feudal relations were becoming as a hurdle in the development of the society because productive power was not being developed. This system was becoming as a historical relic. These relations were maintained by the transfer of power form one class to other class and were maintained artificially. People had the idea of natural order in mind and could not differentiate between the frauds done by people in power. Groups of people who were in power wanted to remain the power and developed rules according to their convenience. People believe that the ruling parties are changing because of natural order but these ruling parties were changing because of the self benefits. At that time lack of awareness was present that guided in the development of capitalism. The mindset was idealist and far from unique to the concept of political economy. This was the idea of the revolutionary concept of the bourgeoisies. The revolutionary theory present today about capitalism does not define capitalism as artificial and socialism is natural.