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Unformatted text preview: by those in power. This is fundamentally wrong in Marxs view as it creates a history, not a world history. The view that Marx and his colleagues held was that communism was a state that human reality must eventually drift towards. It is not a form of control or government that must be established, it is the embodiment of the equality that is fundamental to a balanced society. In his view, the idea of communism is that all people are connected, and in communism form a sort of world history whereby all people share the fruits of their labor, where people can share a mutual history and connection. He argues against the views of Feuerbacher that all things compensate each other, and each person is just living up to the standards of the society in which they are in. There is no idealism in Marxs view, he highlights the struggle in which the natural order must be brought back into place, and communism is the realization of that natural order....
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2011 for the course SOCI 3220 taught by Professor Everett during the Spring '11 term at University of Georgia Athens.
- Spring '11
- Social Theory