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(Author’s Name) (Instructors’ name) (Course) (Date) KARL HEINRICH MARX Karl Max, a German philosopher, socialist, revolutionary socialist, economist, journalist and a historian, was born in 5th May 1818 and died in 14th march 1883 (Mehring 12). He contributed immensely in the development of socialist political movement and social science with his ideas.
Marx’s theories argue that all societies advance through the language of class struggle: a disagreement between the class that is in charge of controlling the society’s production (ownership class) and the lower class responsible for labor input. He called capitalism “dictatorship of the bourgeoisie” while criticizing the society’s then-current socio-economic status which the wealthy classes were running purely for their own interest (Mehring 47). He predicted a replacement of the socio-economic system with socialism system after its destruction brought about by an internal tension. In the “dictatorship of the proletariat”, the working class would govern the society under socialism. He also believed that socialism would be replaced by communism eventually, a society that is stateless and classless. Despite strongly believing in socialism and communism, Marx fought for the implementation of socialism with the argument that both the underprivileged people and the social theorist are accountable for bringing about transformation in the socio-economic form by getting rid of capitalism. Marxist concepts were adopted by various revolutionary socialist in different countries by the 20th century. ...
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