A classless society can be brought about in Europe without a violent revolution.
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The structure of capitalism and possible reasons that might be delaying its inevitable transition to communism.
Karl Marx believed that what he termed surplus value would inevitably lead to economic depressions. This cycle of one depression after another would be instrumental in causing the working class to revolt and end the class struggles of the working people. Marx was certain that what he saw was a better economic system, his own particular brand of socialism, would prevail in nations that were industrialized and had a experienced union workers. The revolution had to be a violent one because he was certain that new economic laws or concessions by capitalists could ever create a fair economic system. The workers he termed the proletariat would create the dictatorship of the proletariat and create a socialist form of government and economy. Eventually after capitalistic ideas and their proponents would be ended and usher in a new communist society.
Karl Marx believed that all history was the history of class struggles and that the proletariat would overthrow the bourgeoisie.
There are quite a few reasons for this. The major reason is that the capitalists have created the material conditions required to create a society in which there is no more class and no more class exploitation, no more war, poverty, racism, etc., that is created the material conditions for socialism.
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 the world the demand for the goods increased considerably. gradually the production style was completely changed under to meet the greater demand. the people started work collectively and the small scale industries came into existence. But with the growth of science the missionaries were being introduced in the field of production. It was inevitable to meet the greater demand of the goods all across the world. this paved the way for factory system which in turn resulted in the growth of capitalism as middle class people who were capable of invest the capital became the factory owners and accumulated huge capital at the cost of the labor provided by the working class people
So the growth of Capitalism, Exploitation of working class people, increasing gap between haves and have nots in the society, were some of the most important nagative effects of colonialism
The ultimate goal of the proletariat was taking over of the means of production from the bourgeoisie, establishing the dictatorship of the proletariat and a socialist society and stamping out all vestiges of capitalism so that a true communistic society would come into being.
Workers would revolt against the bourgeoisie and assume control.
In the pamphlet by Marx and Friedrich Engels, they say: "The history of hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles."
Karl Marx is an intellectual who is credited as one of the founders of the subject of sociology. He used sociology as a form of criticism of society and called for a classless society.
The Industrial Revolution advance capitalism to its final stage, which Marx saw as an ultimate evil. Before the industrial revolution feudalism existed which is a society run by land owners when the aristocracy gives land to the peasants and those landowners scrape and consume the profit the peasants make by taxation and taking of food using the knights as the collectors. Financial capitalism was a growing idea taken from the Greeks and Romans who believed that most individuals had a right to sell things to gain profit and to run businesses. This idea was reintroduced to Europe during the Renaissance, but it was still applied using feudal methods. The American and French revolution helped strengthen capitalism and the end of the great French war made England one of the richest nations in the world. Advances in technology and new inventions brought about the Industrial Revolution. The Idustrial Revolution created factories and housing for the peasants and it created a better market and made intelligent men big business men who exploited hundreds making themselves very wealthy. Because of the system lots of money could be made buying labour to make products that could be sold to other workers. Marx saw this new capitalism as unfair where the intelligent ruled the poor and created a new aristocracy who made workers got to work doing a job that was degrading, unfulfilling and where you were not paid a fair wage to make a living. So he came up with the idea of communism where capitalism is destroyed as is any other type of inequality and where the state and all institution disappear. so the Industrial Revolution not only gave birth to progress, wealth and democracy it also gave birth to communism.
Marx went to the University of Bonn then transferred to and graduated from the University of Berlin.
From each according to his abilities and to each according to his needs is a slogan developed by Karl Marx. But, though this phrasing is succinct and flows well the thought was first written by Louis Blanc, a French politician.
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No. Karl Marx was a German political theorist, philosopher and historian.
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Surplus value is the combination....
This is a very badly worded question. However I will attempt to answer it. Karl Marx, although by admission he was not, wrote heavily on the merits of communism which is an extreme form of socialism. He broke society down into two primary groups the Proletarians and the Bourgeois. He briefly touched on a third, the 'petty bourgeois' but hardly covered them in the communist manifesto which was one of the texts he is chiefly known for.
He is often regarded as the father of modern communism. He wrote about the workers, or proletarian, revolution in which the working class would absorb the bourgeois, or land/capital owning, class to create a classless society.
Marx's fails to provide any idea of a governmental structure in his writings but does allude to certain ideas that would be supported however these are widely debated so I will not go into them here.
Primarily he is regarded as the creator of modern communism. The best work to read would be 'The manifesto of the communist party' written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
Workers will revolt when they overcome the false class consciousness that blinds them.
Aronson, Amy, Kimmel, Michael. Sociology Now. Marx and Classpg. 210. Copyright 2009.