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    Marxism has become irrelevant in 21st century” Do you agree? Why? Content Introduction......................................................................P.3 Definition of keywords………………………………….P.4 Background of Marxism……………….……………….P.5-P.6 The element of Marxism…………………………..……P.7-P.17 * Class theory………………………………………………………. ..P.7-P.8 * Class struggle……………………………………………………….P.9 * Communism………………………………………………………...P.10-P.11 * Historical materialism………………………………………………P.12-P.13

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    Marxism Marxism started in its early years as an economic and sociopolitical worldview and method of socioeconomic inquiry centered upon a materialist interpretation of history‚ a dialectical view of social change‚ and an analysis–critique of the development of capitalism. In the early-to-mid 19th century‚ the intellectual development of Marxism was pioneered by two German philosophers‚ Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. As an ideology‚ Marxism encompasses an economic theory‚ a sociological theory

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    Tessa Rae Williams Dr. Vayo ENGL 101.06 6 December 2012 “As the Middle Children‚ We Fight to Leave our Marx” Karl Marx‚ the founder of Marxism‚ believed that in an industrialized society the working class would revolt and take over the ruling class‚ which would in effect create a classless society‚ taking everyone back to zero. Marx’s concepts are simple: in order to grasp the true meaning of happiness‚ people must separate themselves from their materialistic tendencies as well as each

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    depending upon the changes in material conditions‚ like technology and production capacity‚ and these factors are the primary influence on how society and the economy are capable of being organized. According to the Marxist website‚ In Defence of Marxism‚ “historical materialism is the part of Karl Marx’s theory maintaining that social structures derive from economic structures and that these are transformed as a result of class struggles‚ each ruling class producing another‚ which will overcome and

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    Marxism & Education Karl Marx (1818-1883)-Conflict Theory -born in Trier -home schooled -attended the local gymnasium -1835 University of Bonn -1836 University of Berlin -1841 receives his PhD from the University of Jena -editor of Rhineland Newspaper -1847 Brussels- Theory of Economic Determinism Communist Manifesto 1849 -view of society and social class relationship -bourgeoise/capitalists/industrialists -lower middle class-aka vanguard of proletariat- a mall

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    Topic: Marxism Submitted by: Akanksha Holani Ashish Kataria Astha Kholi Megh Kanbar Prachi Jain Saumya Kala Content Page: Title Page no. Marxism…………………………………………………………..3 Karl Marx and Marxism…………………………….………….4 Contribution on Fredrich Engles……………………….…….6 Marx analysis of society………………………………………7 Marxist Theory……………………………………………….…8 Formation/origin of Marxism………………………………...9 Alienation………………………………………………………

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    The heart of the emancipatory theory of Marxism is the idea that the full realization of human freedom‚ potential‚ and dignity can only be achieved uner conditions of “classlessness – the vision of a radically egalitarian society in terms of power and material welfare within which exploitation has been eliminated‚ distribution is based on the principle “to each according to need‚ from each according to ability” and the control over societ’ys basic productive resources is vested in the community rather

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  • Marxism and Maoism

    Marxism and Maoism: A Comparative Analysis By: Umme Salama 5/10/2013 This paper intends to provide a comparative analysis of Maoism and Marxism with reference to the Chinese socialist revolution and Marx and Engel’s writings. It aims to do so by applying a case study approach of the revolution in China and analyze it as a practical movement inspired by Marxist theory. Maoism is a philosophical theory‚ named after its founder‚ Mao Zedong. Moreover‚ as a method of analysis of social reality

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  • Marxism and the Matrix

    The movie‚ “The Matrix” is an outstanding example of the term “Marxism”. Simply put‚ Marxism is the political and economic theory of Marx‚ advocating abolition of private property‚ and state provision of work and subsistence for all‚ and to be a Marxist‚ is to follow Karl Marx’s theories. Along the lines of Marx’s theories; a reality and way of life in the Matrix is maintained‚ oppressed‚ discovered‚ and eventually explained. Marx advocates a violent change‚ and The Matrix demonstrates this type

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  • The Dynamics of Marxism

    The Dynamics of Marxism Human relationships have always been dynamic. Change and adaptability have gone hand in hand with the passing of time for human society. Karl Marx’s views on Industrialization and the bourgeoisie had a major impact on how we view our industrial alignment today. Marx and Engel’s The Communist Manifesto gives broad views on the subject of the middle class and how they fit into a society that was ruled by feudalism and aristocracy. Capitalism becomes a major topic in a

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