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What does Marx mean by "it is not the consciousness of men that determines their existence but their social existence that determines their consciousness"?
What are the main tenets or features of Marxism?
How did Karl Marx view social stratification?
What is the meaning of Marx's statement—"Philosophers have so far interpreted the world. The point, however, is to change it"—regarding literature?
What do you make of Karl Marx's contributions to sociology? What perceptions of Karl Marx can you be exposed to in your society, and how do those perceptions influence your views?
Explain what Marx meant by the idea that religion is the opium of the masses.
If Marx were alive today, what would he think about the prosperity enjoyed by the working class in industrial societies?
According to Karl Marx, how are human beings alienated from their human potential and what can be done to change this?
Is literature an important part of the Marxist superstructure?
What do Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels mean by the term "class struggle"?
How did Karl Marx's ideas impact the lives of people during the Industrial Revolution?
Why were the working classes dissatisfied with the prevailing economic system?
How does Karl Marx's "Alienated Labor" frame capitalism and alienation as inescapable?
What is Karl Marx's view on a utopian society?
"Marxist theory of social development is relevant for Africa’s sustainable development." Comment on this statement.
What are the main points of Karl Marx's theory of class conflict?
What did Marx predict that the inequalities of capitalism would lead to?
What is Karl Marx's view of the future? This question relates the Communist Manifesto.
Did Karl Marx really create Communism?
In what type of society did Karl Marx expect to see social stratification based on greed?
What are the differences between Rawls’ arguments and Marx and Engels’ arguments against inequality?
According to Karl Marx, what would be an ideal system of social justice?
How can Marxism inform our understanding of society, history, and the arts?
How did Karl Marx become famous?
How would you describe the materialistic system of Karl Marx?
According to Karl Marx in “Section 4: The Fetishism of Commodities and the Secret Thereof” in Capital, how does the fetishism of commodities hide the real source of value?
What is Marx's critique of the "utopian socialists"?
How was Karl Marx influenced by important changes occurring in society such as the industrial revolution and the French revolution?
What is a good thesis statement for this question? How is the concept of alienation, as defined by Marx in his writings on ‘Estranged Labour’ in his Philosophical and Economic Manuscripts, reflected in Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis?
For Karl Marx, what would economic equality consist of?
Marx writes in his 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte that "Men make their own history,but they do not make it as they please;they do not make it under self-selected circumstances, but under circumstances existing already,given and transmitted from the past.The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living," What does this mean ? In particular ,how does this inform the relevance of considering political economy alongside more conventional approaches to economic theory?
What is the meaning of Marx's following statement regarding philosophy? "The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways; the point, however, is to change it."
What was Karl Marx's philosophy ?
What, according to Marx, is the relationship between economic systems and culture? How might this relationship relate to the arts?
Why was Karl Marx a very influential thinker ?
Distinguish between base and superstructure with special reference to Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
How do Marx and Engels's ideas on class inequality compare with those of Bauman?
Marx said 'philosophers have interpreted the world, the point however is to change it.' What implications does this have for literature?
How do Karl Marx justify the claim that the ideas of ruling classes are the ruling ideas of the time?
What is Karl Marx's alternative to capitalism?
How can we define the modern implications of 'Marxist Theory?' please help.
Discuss and elaborate on 3 aspects of materialism as Karl Marx saw it, and which are central to what materialism means to Marx
According to Karl Marx, what would political freedoms consist of?
How do I go about explaining Marx's argument about the development of consciousness?
What are the main points of Karl Marx's The Commodity?
According to Marxists, how does the family benefit the ruling class?
Why is Marx's philosophy referred to as historical materialism?
How is the concept of alienation defined by Marx in his writings on "Estranged Labour" in his Philosophical and Economic Manuscripts?
materialism How does marx distinguish his materialism from idealism or contemplative materialism of feuerbach and what deficiency or problem marx sees in either one of these?
In Marx's own words, what is simple reproduction?