Marxism by Karl Marx
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Marxism – Karl Marx (1818-1883)

Consciousness does not determine life, life determines consciousness.

Introduction of Karl Marx

Karl Heinrich Marx was his complete name. He was born in Trier, Germany, on May 5, 1818. He was German and attended the Berlin University of Economics and Philosophy. He was also a journalist and a revolutionary.

His most well-known writings include Das Kapital, which served as the theoretical cornerstone of communist philosophy, economics, and politics, and the Communist Manifesto, which he co-authored with his friend Friedrich Engels in 1848 and which is one of the most significant political works in history.


A political and economic system in which there are no classes and everyone contributes to the betterment of society. George Hegel was an influence on him (his famous work is Dialectal Materialism).

Marx primarily addressed the issues of class conflict, rich/poor, owner and worker.

Marx argues that every literary work mirrors the author's social institution or place in society (the place of his or her birth). Our physical surroundings shape our awareness, which in turn shapes man. Our identities, subjectivities, and states of consciousness are shaped by material circumstances. People in a similar material situation will likely have a similar type of consciousness, which could lead to the formation of a class. Therefore, he identified various social classes, including the Proletariat (have not; according to them, the world is hell), The Working, the bourgeois: (have; the world is paradise in their eyes), the middle class, and the wealthy middle class. READ MORE…

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