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His analysis of contemporary society was based on his study of the conflicting economic forces . 2 . His philosophy of history was based on the intellectual mind of the dialectic. Through which conflict was proved as a fundamental law in life 3 . His revolutionary political stance, which he led not only towards social conflict, has always been his active discussion The basis of any society must be seen through its system of material production where the pattern of production as Marx calls determines the type of system or economic pattern that may grow and develop . The key to any economic pattern is the definition of ownership. By that, the main rights are defined as to who produces, works and for whom? Because economic relations are the main determinants of several constructs such as political ideas, religion, ethics, etc. It is important to note how such relationships are built . Although Marx and Engels began their Communist sign in emphasizing that the history of the existence of society is the history of class struggle. At the end of that document, it became clear that the present conflict represented the present era, the events of which took place in 1847 . The success of capitalism is, by its service, a focus on real ownership control. The focus on capital was accompanied by a concentration of labor forces in large factories, under conditions, and on their classes, and their mutual organization more easily. There would be a sharp conflict between capitalists and working classes (bourgeois and proletarian) in the near future . For various reasons, Marx believes that victory will be for proletarianism as the result of an accidental event and a general revocation of private property . How can we summarize Marx as an economist based on the theory of conflict This is evidenced by his criticism of the political economy and in light of the fact that social production, which carries people to enter into specific relationships and independent of their will, as these relations correspond to a certain stage of
development of their own material strength of the production. This set of relations itself is the economic construction of society which serves as the real basis for the establishment of political and legal superstructures that correspond to certain forms of social consciousness .

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