Submitted by Md. Hafizur Rahman Sikder 8th semester; Sec: B; Roll no: 418 Curse no: 801 |
Submitted to Kazi Mohammad Mahbobor Rahman Lecturer , dept. of Political Science University of Dhaka|
* What I asses
* The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State * Objectives 1. Institutional Development 2. Family and women suppression 3. Property * Stages
1. Savagery 2. Barbarism 3. Civilization * Review
* Development of human society and the family * The Consanguine Family * The Punaluan Family * The Pairing Family * The Monogamous Family * Family and property|
What I asses
This book systematically set out to provide a social explanation for the emergence of women’s oppression with the development of the social institutions of the particular family and private property at a particular historic period. This book shows the difference between women and men on the basis of God oriented biological, intellectual, physical and moral inferiority and superiority. Women had influence a lot in the society in ancient period but by the course of time their influence is decreasing and corollary now women are suppressed by the male dominant society in the name of physical, intellectual inferiority. With the emergence of family bond women are being oppressed with the strong ties among the family members with combine family but when women are being powerful and have much influence in family, now a days, just then the combine family is being separated whether strong family bond still or not.
“The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State” The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State: in the light of the researches of Lewis H. Morgan is a historical materialist treatise written by Friedrich Engels and published in 1884. It is partially based on notes by Karl Marx to Lewis H. Morgan's book Ancient Society. Mainly F. Engels wrote this book keeping these objectives in his memory….. a. Institutional Development b. Family and women suppression c. Property
This book is formed on three stages to describe the origin of family then gaining property and finally the necessity of demarcation of a definite territory…. * Savagery [Formation of articulate speech Lives on forest / Animal kingdom Lives on fruits, nuts and routs] * Barbarism [Utilization of fish as food ,Use of fire ,Use of stone]* * Civilization [Invention of bow and arrow, Wild Game regular item of food, house building with timber and planks] Review
Development of human society and the family
The book begins with an extensive discussion of Ancient Society which describes the major stages of human development as commonly understood in Engels' time. In contrast to other contemporary essays on the subject, Engels emphasizes the importance not of primitive psychological development but rather of social relations of power...