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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Marx"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Marx is a common German surname. (Web site)
  2. Marx is a towering figure in nineteenth-century thought and very much part of a tradition that helped to inspire the creation of economic sociology. (Web site)
  3. Marx, the patriarch of communism, believed that religion is the spiritual opium for the people. (Web site)
  4. Marx was a story editor at MGM and a friend of both Irving Thalberg and Paul Bern, husband of MGM star Jean Harlow, at the time of Bern's death.
  5. Marx is the originator of the term "sonata form". (Web site)

Sociologists

  1. The handout from Modernity and Self-Identity (1991) contains concepts and ideas from Marx, Weber, Durkheim, Goffman, Simmel, Parsons, and other sociologists. (Web site)

Sociology

  1. Other "classical" theorists of sociology from the late 19th and early 20th centuries include Karl Marx, Ferdinand Toennies, Emile Durkheim and Max Weber.

Ideology

  1. This 4 page paper provides basic insights into Marx's ideology on communism and why capitalism is inherently unstable. (Web site)
  2. The manifestos of Marx and Lenin, the ideology of class from Soviet Party principles, provided its fundamental basis.
  3. The exploitation of one class by another remains hidden, however, by a set of ideas that Marx called ideology.

Mao Zedong

  1. Bland considered Mao Zedong a deviationist while still maintaining that Hoxha himself was a true Marxist-Leninist in the tradition of Marx, Lenin and Stalin.
  2. This view was revised by some followers of Marx such as Mao Zedong, who saw a greater role for the lumpenproletariat in class struggle. (Web site)

Mao

  1. His new theoretical synthesis (this party says) is a major rupture with, and leap beyond, even the best of previous communism, including Marx, Lenin and Mao.
  2. B ush has become the biggest socialist in history — much bigger than Marx, Lenin, or Mao.

Capital

  1. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels used the term capitalist (Kapitalist) in The Communist Manifesto (1848) to refer to a private owner of capital. (Web site)
  2. Marx called the labor process of capital the process of alienation.
  3. A sympathetic reading of Marx would show that in fact self-activity and capital as its very negation, is a central category of his work.

Labor

  1. David Ricardo (seconded by Marx) responded to this paradox by arguing that Smith had confused labor with wages. (Web site)
  2. After making a detailed analysis of the twofold character of the labor incorporated in commodities, Marx goes on to analyze the form of value and money. (Web site)
  3. Unlike Ricardo or the Ricardian socialists, Marx distinguished between labor-power and labor.

Conception

  1. But let us note at this stage that Marx brings out very clearly his conception of the relationship between value and capital. (Web site)
  2. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS This essay examines Karl Marx and his conception of religion as a social narcotic.

Idealist

  1. Marx attacked Proudhon as an "idealist" and "utopian philosopher" for the Anarchist concept of Mutual Aid.

Ideals

  1. The theories of Marx and Engels however originated the ideals of socialism in its truest form.
  2. The abrupt betrayal of ideals by Lenin and Marx left many socialists clinging to the Soviet Union even though they knew Stalin was a disaster. (Web site)
  3. This 5 page report discusses the ideas and ideals of Karl Marx as they relate to alienation. (Web site)

Utopian

  1. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels referred to all socialist ideas that were simply a vision and distant goal for society as utopian. (Web site)
  2. Proudhon was not a Utopian and a prophet; not a Fourier and not a Marx.

Page Research Paper

  1. Karl Marx & The Individual: A 30 page research paper which takes a unique perspective on examining the work of Karl Marx. (Web site)
  2. A 6 page research paper on Karl Marx and Milton Friedman's views of capitalism and the best political interests of the common man. (Web site)

Marxists

  1. Like most Marxists, however, they try to force their new ideas into Marx instead of trying to move beyond him. (Web site)
  2. His work displays a critical attitude towards Marx and the Marxists, even though it was intended to strengthen, not weaken, the Marxist movement.
  3. It is not Marx whom Weber criticizes, but the Marxists after Marx, some of whom fostered a mechanistic and misleading view of Marx's ideas. (Web site)

Human Progress

  1. Many Marxists[ who?] claim that Marx and Engels viewed this law of 'economic determinism' as the creative force in human progress. (Web site)

Proudhon

  1. One of the most famous attacks on anarchism was launched by Karl Marx during his battles with Proudhon and Bakunin. (Web site)
  2. Thus we find Karl Marx, for example, writing of "the socialism of Proudhon." [ Capital, vol.
  3. Outside of anarchism, Proudhon was an important early influence on Karl Marx who later proceeded to critizice him. (Web site)

George Sand

  1. He returned to Breslau, where Marx republished the allegation that Bakunin was an imperial agent, claiming that George Sand had proof. (Web site)

Dialectics

  1. It was dialectics that enabled Marx to transcend political economy. (Web site)

Dialectic

  1. Marx accepted this notion of the dialectic, but rejected Hegel's idealism.
  2. As with the dialectic, Marx began with a Hegelian notion of alienation but developed a more materialist conception.

Politics

  1. The doctrines of Karl Marx and his associate Friedrich Engels on economics, politics, and society. (Web site)
  2. In 1960 he edited the anthology Basic Writings of Marx and Engels on Politics and Philosophy.
  3. Allman stresses that the writings, politics and lives of both Freire and Gramsci owe a huge debt to Marx. (Web site)

Political Action

  1. Obviously, no one calls Marx an anarchist and this is precisely because he aimed to use political action to achieve the abolition of the state.
  2. Marx, however, replaced this policy with a common program of "political action" (i.e. (Web site)
  3. Marxism takes its name from the praxis (the synthesis of philosophy and political action) of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. (Web site)

Social Theory

  1. Most of the 19th century pioneers of social theory and sociology, like Saint-Simon, Comte, Marx, John Stuart Mill or Spencer, never held university posts. (Web site)
  2. In that period he made an intensive study of Western political and social theory and was deeply impressed with the writings of Karl Marx and Henry George. (Web site)

Frankfurt School

  1. Herbert Marcuse: One of the principle thinkers within the Frankfurt School, and generally important in efforts to fuse the thought of Freud and Marx.
  2. The Frankfurt School wove insights from Marx, Freud, and Max Weber into new syntheses of social and cultural criticism. (Web site)
  3. The thought of the Frankfurt school is a dialogue, that resulted after Karl Marx added his proverbial "two cents" to the ongoing conversation of philosophy.

Economic Structure

  1. For Marx, it is the relations of production or economic structure which is the basis of a social order.

Economic Determinism

  1. They did not agree that economic determinism was a vulgar interpretation of Marx. (Web site)
  2. He was an advocate of an economic determinism heavily influenced by Karl Marx and Max Weber. (Web site)

Adam Smith

  1. French physiocrats, Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Karl Marx were some of the exponents of political economy. (Web site)
  2. The following essay compares the economic philosophies of Adam Smith and Karl Marx with reference to their historical works. (Web site)
  3. In this seventh edition, Robert L. Heilbroner provides a new theme that connects thinkers as diverse as Adam Smith and Karl Marx. (Web site)

Economic Exchange

  1. Marx argues that as economic exchange develops and markets expand, the law of value is modified in its operation. (Web site)
  2. In such an economy, Marx argues, what regulates the economic exchange of labour-products is their prices of production, i.e.

Means

  1. Marx also identified the lumpenproletariat, a stratum of society completely disconnected from the means of production. (Web site)
  2. We think of Communism as being all about state ownership of the means of production and central planning: in fact, Karl Marx advocated neither. (Web site)
  3. The Council Communists remembered that Marx had taught that nationalization of the means of production has nothing to do with socialism.

Capitalist Class

  1. For instance, Hitler did not exalt the working class over the capitalist class as Marx prescribed. (Web site)

Tocqueville

  1. He takes us back to the greats - Burke and Mill and Marx and Tocqueville and Weber - and throws a floodlight on the present. (Web site)

Page Essay

  1. A 6 page essay that examines the writing and sociological perspective of Comte, Marx, and De Tocqueville. (Web site)
  2. Marx & Weber's treatment of capitalism is compared and contrasted in this 7 page essay.
  3. A 5 page essay (plus one page outline) that compares the similarities between the philosophies of Karl Marx and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. (Web site)

Sociological Theory

  1. Karl Marx, Max Weber, and Emile Durkheim are widely recognized as the trinity of sociological theory. (Web site)
  2. Karl Marx would not have called himself a sociologist, but his thought has had an immense impact on sociological theory.

Sociological Theories

  1. The sociological theories of Marx, Durkheim, Weber, and Parsons and the functional school are primarily large scale, macrosociological, and structural.
  2. Karl Marx and Max Weber both had a major impact on Sociological theories. (Web site)

Ruling Class

  1. Karl Marx famously claimed that the primary social division was between a " ruling class " and a labouring class. (Web site)

Anarchism

  1. Specifically, Libertarian Communism, as I understand it, is a combination of the best of both anarchism and the thought of Marx. (Web site)
  2. After over a year spent in Italy as a representative of Marx and Engels to hinder the influence of anarchism. (Web site)
  3. At this point the second stage of anarchism begins, that which arises from the thought of Bakunin, the contemporary of Marx. (Web site)

Class

  1. Weber and Marx are referenced in this piece as integral to the development of class based sociological theory. (Web site)
  2. Whether capitalism is, as Marx held, the natural ideology of the class of business owners, capitalists, is itself controversial.
  3. Save Paper Sociology - Class that most of the others have been built on, these two theories come from the work of Karl Marx and Max Weber.

Class Conflict

  1. In The Communist Manifesto, Marx describes his ideas about class conflict.
  2. Karl Marx analysed history in terms of class conflict and technological change.

Production

  1. Marx considered the capitalist class to be the most revolutionary in history, because it constantly revolutionized the means of production.
  2. It's important to note that before Marx, 'socialism' was not used to describe State ownership of the means of production. (Web site)
  3. Therefore, unlike Marx, Weber did not see capitalism as primarily the consequence of changes in the means of production.

Surplus Labour

  1. All that Marx really argued was that surplus labour was a necessary feature of the capitalist mode of production as a general social condition.
  2. Surplus labour is a concept used by Karl Marx in his critique of political economy. (Web site)

Classless

  1. Karl Marx posited that communism would be the final stage in human society, evolving into a classless, stateless society of "pure communism". (Web site)

Communist Society

  1. Marx also made clear that in a communist society, money is not necessary: workers simply make what is needed for themselves and others.
  2. Marx only touched upon this question in passing, being interested in another subject, namely, the development of communist society. (Web site)
  3. The creation of the Paris Commune in 1871, considered by Karl Marx to be the first attempt by the working class to establish a communist society.

Bourgeoisie

  1. Marx showed that capital is a social relation; for the bourgeoisie, social relations are a form of capital. (Web site)
  2. Fromm, drawing on Karl Marx, relates this type to the bourgeoisie, the merchant middle class, as well as richer peasants and crafts people. (Web site)

Capitalist Society

  1. Anonymously working in the British library, Marx spent many years working on his theories about the inevitable overthrow of Capitalist society. (Web site)
  2. The fact that products can be traded above or below their value was for Marx the pivot of business competition in capitalist society. (Web site)
  3. This 8 page paper looks at the document published by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels about 150 years ago in light of capitalist society today. (Web site)

Labor Power

  1. Thus, according to Marx, any labor power squandered during the production of a commodity, i.e.

Possibility

  1. Marx himself however never theorized this possibility in detail, and it has been the subject of much controversy among Marxists.
  2. This possibility is highly metaphysical and we can safely ignore --both in Marx and Bakunin--the notions of inevitability which they had learnt from Hegel. (Web site)
  3. Marx is focused on the irrationality of exploitation and the possibility of an alternative.

Scientific Socialism

  1. Marx and Engels developed a body of ideas which they called scientific socialism, more commonly called Marxism. (Web site)
  2. Marx and Engels distinguished their scientific socialism from what they termed the utopian socialism of some other socialist trends.
  3. Contrary to what Kautsky argued, socialist ideas existed before the development of the scientific socialism of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. (Web site)

Anarchists

  1. By still claiming that the theories of Marx are akin to those of Lenin and other vanguardists the Anarchists are doing a disservice to the truth. (Web site)
  2. His System of Economic Contradictions (1846) was attacked by Karl Marx and initiated the split between anarchists and Marxists. (Web site)
  3. With knowledge of the course of evolution, anarchists had no more need of detailed recipes for the future than Marx. (Web site)

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