Engels - Collin Lester 1324 12:30 Question 1 On honor, the...

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Collin Lester 1324 12:30 Question 1 On honor, the words and thoughts of this exam are my own. I have received no unauthorized help in writing this exam. Marx, Engels and Mill all had clear and staunch views on oppression. Marx and Engels defined oppression as an institutionalized subordination of one group to another, and Mill had a similar philosophy. (9/1/09) Marx and Engels addressed oppression in the form of alienated labor while Mill discussed the forced subordination of women. All three of them were very careful to make the difference between oppression and discrimination apparent, and to establish themselves as champions for equality. Mill believed that legal subordination was wrong. He explained two theories, liberty theory and freedom theory. Liberty theory says that we can’t give individuals the right to do whatever they desire because we all live together. Freedom theory says that when an individual joins a group they lose their autonomy (9/1/09). Mill argued that Men have liberty and
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Engels - Collin Lester 1324 12:30 Question 1 On honor, the...

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