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Karl Marx

Karl Marx was a German philosopher and historian (among many other things), and played a crucial role in the development of the modern idea of communism.
For Marx (and Lenin) the "haves" were those who controlled thesocietal mode of material production, and also the societal modesof symbolic production. The "have-not's" were those who weredependent upon those controlling, particularly, the material modeof production. This is all very simply...
Class struggle in the 19th century differed from earlier class struggles, this remains true today, in that the class struggle was between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat, the capitalists and the wage-slaves. This fundamental fact changes everything, class struggle under feudalism is radically...
Abolition of private property and the application of all rent to public purpose.A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.Abolition of all rights of inheritance.Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.Centralization of credit in the hands of the State, by means of a national bank...
The writer of the Surrealist Manifesto was the charismatic French author and poet Andre Breton, who also subsequently started the Surrealist group of avantgarde artists and writers including figures such as Salvador Dali, Eileen Agar, Paul Edouard, Gala Edouard, Max Ernst, Joan Miro and others. The...
Marx and Engels believed that one of the ways to understand a particular society was to study what class of people in that society controlled the means of production.
the process or action of remembering times past or recalling the days of your youth, etc.
The tomb of Karl Marx is located at the Highgate Cemetery in  England. Karl passed away in March of 1883.
Marx came from aJewish background, but his father converted to Lutheranism to avoidlosing his work as a lawyer in anti-Semitic Prussia. His home wasonly Christian in name and largely non-religious. Marx later becamean atheist..
A guy named Karl marx thought it up and it was an awsome idea so people adopted it
Karl Marx suggests that the state should be "Totalitarian" which means it should have supreme control over everything such as media and the controlling of information and education. One of the best quotes by Stalin which you can see he's inspired by Marx is that "Education is the greatest weapon of...
He died on March 14, 1883. See the related link for more information.
Lenin took what he felt was the best of Marxism and evangelized to the Russian people, famously saying things like that the etc
The peasant classes lived a very poor and difficult life and had little education. Through the propaganda of the communist/Bolsheviks they though their lives would improve. Unfortunately they swapped one master for another and very little changed at the lower end of the social scale.
Factors of production = means of productionI see it like this, the economy converts factor of production (non-money things) into money. And then this money is reinvested into factors of productionFactors of production(non-money) is converted to moneyFactors of production in my definiton are:raw...
They were paid little amount in return for the hard work they put in to manufacture things.The working conditions were not good
Karl Marx had no beliefs or thoughts of the Russian Revolution since it occurred many years after Marx died on March 14, 1883. The "Russian Revolution" was actually a series of three revolutions. One in 1905, which resulted in the creation of the Duva, a Russian style Parliament. The second was in...
Marxism was the next stage in man's understanding of himself, his society, his history. Marx's analysis could not have happened in an earlier period - because capitalism had not developed thoroughly, including the fundamental sciences and philosophies of the capitalist society. The Marxist...
Karl Marx was a philosopher, social scientist, historian, and a  revolutionary.
He had a profound influence on our history with his ideas on how to make society a utopia, so to speak. I dont think 'philosopher' should be such a grand title though. We all have the potential to be phiolosophers. All you have to do is think; some just choose not to.
Proletarian (Workers) and the Bourgoisie (Company and Shop Owners). The Bourgoisie are the class that emigrated to the cities in the Late Middle Ages and set up businesses. In the Industrial Revolution, the busineses got more efficient, and the bourgoisie became insanely rich from the production...
Marx was German by birth, being born in Trier, Germany.
A+   The bourgeoisie would eventually rise up and seize control of  production.
"Marxism" neither precedes nor succeeds communism, since they are two different concepts. Marxism is an ideology based on all of the theories of Karl Marx. Communism is an economic and political system. According to Karl Marx, socialism precedes and eventually evolves into communism. The idea that...
  1)Population growth depends upon the economic base of society 2)population growth equals a greater production of economic commodities, thus creating a better life for all.
The Communist Manifesto was more propaganda. It wasn't trying to support it's contentions - which included such spurious insults as businessmen enjoying wife swapping - it was just trying to rally people to it's side.
The social class Marx labelled 'the Bourgeoisie' are the owners and controllers of the means of production.
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Marxism promised the Russian people freedom from opression, slavery, poverty & all the ills of the world by an equitable distribution of produce amongst those who produced it. Marxism would appeal to anybody who believed in equality but mankind (including Russians) eventually returns to a...
I guess you have asked IPO grading if I am correct then the answar goes as under;There are many popular meanings for IPO.However, in financial dictionaries and IPO stands for initial public offers. The term is used with reference to shares or scrips offered to public and some times grading is done...
Probably the American Civil war
Karl Marx's Conflict Theory is a highly studied concept in both the sociology and psychology worlds. Marx believed that capitalism would produce tension between people in a population and eventually lead to the downfall of society by it's own people.
The members of the society own them collectively. They are run by administrators but with no one having ownership interests. -Their answer Communism is an economic and political system in which the state owns the means of production and a single party rules. -My answer
because he volunteered to fight with free french in world war two and because he wrote a book ,originally titled "An Essay for the Disalienation of Blacks,".
Proletariat..... i think, almost positive.
Marx felt that property, or the private ownership of property, was the greatest evil of the capitalist system. For capitalism to be abolished the concept of private ownership of property had to be abolished.
Karl Marx was the founder of conflict theory, which argues that the competition of individuals and groups for wealth and power is the fundamental process shaping social structure. For conflict theories, basic questions about a social structure are "Who gets what and why?"
the middle class would grow more powerful
Lenin stood some of Marx's ideas on their heads. One is that Marx believed there would be an economic revolution of workers (proletariat) against owners of the means of production (bourgeoisie). Once the workers took control of the economy, they would change the prevailing political system by...
Following the death of his wife Jenny in December 1881, Marx developed a catarrh that kept him in ill health for the last 15 months of his life. It eventually brought on the bronchitis and pleurisy that killed him in London on 14 March 1883. He died a stateless person;[107] family and friends in...
Karl Marx didn't "make Communism"; he predicted it would develop by itself. The idea that he created communism is a common misconception that never seems to go away. Marx saw history as a constant struggle between different classes of people based on the type of economy then in place in a particular...
Capitalism and the way in which it exploited the ordinary worker for the sole benefit of the bourgeoisie class appalled Karl Marx.
The Communist Manifesto" in early 1848, as the manifesto of the  Communist League, a small group of European communists who had come  to be influenced by them.
Karl Marx, in his important pamphlet The Civil War in France (1871), written during the Commune, praised the Commune's achievements, and described it as the prototype for a revolutionary government of the future, "the form at last discovered" for the emancipation of the proletariat.
Karl Marx believed it. The opening two paragraphs in "The Communist Manifesto" state:"The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles."Freeman and slave, patrician and plebeian, lord and serf, guildmaster and journeyman, in a word, oppressor and oppressed, stood in...
a method of understanding and predicting social, material and economical phenomena by examining historical trends using the scientific method in order to derive probable outcomes and future developments.
A) Primitive communismB) Slave societiesC) FeudalismD) Capitalismhe predicted that each ruling class produces the class that will overthrow its own, so the capitalist society will be overthrown by the proletariat. This has been largely disagreed with......but take a look a society right now...Maybe...
He didn't fit in to society physically, emotionally, and mentally.
  For Marx, modernity is evil. It “crushes our souls”. Marx believes that modernity is a creation of man, therefore man can reverse it. Marx also believes that modernity is alienating but for a different reason, for him, modernity adds more space in between the proletariat and the means of...
1.Bourgeois and Proletarians   2. Proletarians and Communists   3. Socialist and Communist Literature   4. Position of the Communists in Relation to the Various Existing Opposition Parties In the first section, it discusses the historical materialist view of history and the relationship...
absolutely: kill wealthy capitalists and redistribute their excess wealth to the poor prolitariat.
Communism was published as a scientific philosophy by Karl Marx. The baic idea that society should be run for the good of the entire community rather than by individuals out for their own profit had been around. In fact Marx first joined a political party called the Communist League before he wrote ...
They changed the way people lived and thought about the working class
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The two title were Bourgeoisie and Proletariat.
Karl Marx fircely rejected positivism and was a proponent of anti-positivism with Max Weber
  Karl Marx was born on May 5, 1818. in Trier, Prussia which is now Germany. The town of Trier is near the German border with Luxembourg.
Karl Marx was a German philosopher and political economist who lived in the 19th century. He published several books; the most famous being The Communist Manifesto. In it he went over class struggle and the fundamental problems of capitalism as well as outlining communism and what communists hope to...
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1. It failed to explain how money gets that way - which Henry Miller later explained in his classic essay, "Money And How It Gets That Way." 2. It did not take into account the fact that the majority of people are greedy, illiterate slack-jawed ridge runners with the moral instincts of rutting...
Karl Marx was concerned with the ownership of the means of production. He theorized that all of recorded history is a history of class struggles. The classes are composed of on the one hand, the owners and controllers of the means of production and on the other, the people who actually work within...
Communism is a social structure in which classes are abolished and property is commonly controlled, as well as a political philosophy and social movement that advocates and aims to create such a society.[1]Karl Marx, the father of communist thought, posited that communism would be the final stage in...
In Marxist thought, false consciousness is when a person of the  working class sees his position in society as something that is in  conflict with reality--for instance, a false view of his  subordination to power or his exploitation by the powerful. A  classic example of false consciousness is...
"The Communist Manifesto" was written in Brussels, Belgium by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Marx lived in Brussels from January 1845 to February 1848. The book was published in London in 1848.
Karl Marx coined the term "dictatorship of the proletariat" Ironically, it was not to be a dictatorship at all, but a democratic government. Marx called it the "dictatorship of the proletariat," but it would be a democratic government once the proletariat of workers revolted against the bourgeoisie...
"The Communist Manifesto" (actually titled 'The Manifesto of the Communist Party') was written in Marx's native German language."The Communist Manifesto" (actually titled 'The Manifesto of the Communist Party') was written in Marx's native German language.
1.a]Slaves and the b]Slave-owners, 2.a]Farmers and b]Feudal Lords, 3.a]Proletariat and b]Bourgeoisie,
The manifest is unrealistic and therefore the question cannot be answered..
No, for two reasons. The communist manifesto was not meant to be an in depth document, but more of a brief introduction to communism and its core beliefs. Marx believed that sometime within his lifetime (or right after it) there would be a communist revolution, and thus ending classes. However,...
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In the words of Marx: The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.
The Colonialism paved the way for the growth of Big Industries. before colonial period there were only self sufficient villages where people use to produce the goods manually in their homes in accordance with the requirement of their village community. But with the expansion of colonialism all over...
Here is two points he had: 1.free education for all children in public schools. The abolition of child labour in factories; an educated child would be better for society in the long term, than a child not educated.2.Abolition of all rights of inheritance
Marx wrote 'The Communist Manifesto' in Brussels, Belgium; however, it was first published in London, England in 1848.
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That communism outside America and Europe will be deformed by indigenous legacies of despotism, facilitated by people in countries with the greatest socio-economic contradictions, and stabilized by capitalism collapsing from its own weight is the prediction of Karl Marx (May 5, 1818 - March 14, 1883...