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Human Nature According to Edmund Burke and Karl Marx

In six pages this paper discusses human nature from the philosophical perspectives of Karl Marx and Edmund Burke in a consideratio...

Erich Fromm, Karl Marx, and a Contemporary Concept of Human Nature

the most important fact for the student to understand is what Fromm explains in the following section of Marxs Concept of Man (196...

Their Morals and Ours by Leon Trotsky

In six pages this paper discusses chapter one of Their Morals and Ours by Leon Trotsky with the work also compared with The Reflec...

The Individual and Society: A Comparison of the Ideas of Burke, Mill and Marx

someone who believed in totalitarian government either. White (2002) remarks: "Whether in regard to the specific demands of the sa...

Human Nature and the Views of Friedrich Nietzsche

In five pages this paper examines human nature from the perspective of Friedrich Nietzsche's 'eternal recurrence' theory with cont...

Human Nature and Karl Marx's 'The Communist Manifesto'

In five pages this paper examines historical materialism and alienation within the context of 'The Communist Manifesto' and argues...

Human Nature and Comparing Mill and Marx

his time, and advocated many changes which he thought would make the world a better place but which were certainly not in keeping ...

Examination of The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx

(not many women were in places of ruling in those days), the people who controlled the production of product and the money made. T...

Class Struggles, and the Value Labor Theory of Karl Marx

workers, meaning wages begin to decline. Also inherent in such a scenario involves promotion of cheap-wage goods (imports) to furt...

French Revolution and Civility

In four pages the French Revolution period is considered within the context of religion according to Alexis de Tocqueville and civ...

Inequality Origins and the Philosophies of Jean Jacques Rousseau and Karl Marx

In five pages this paper discusses human nature and the origins of inequality as viewed by philosophers Karl Marx and Jean Jacques...

Primitive Cultures in Documentaries Cannibal Tours, Onka's Big Moka, and Dead Birds

In six pages this paper discusses human nature's dark side as revealed in this trio of primitive culture documentaries....

State of Nature According to Karl Marx, Georg Hegel and Jean Jacques Rousseau

In six pages this paper examines how Rousseau's state of nature is rejected by Hegel and Marx. There are 4 sources cited in the b...

Adam Smith and Karl Marx on Human Nature

living, they may be making a lot of money, but they are also spending a lot. Upon retirement, they can sell a home in the Northeas...

Human Existence, Civilization, and Philosophy According to Sigmund Freud and Karl Marx

would be no hope of redemption or change. Frankl supports this position by contending that mans search for meaning "is the primar...

Human Consciousnesses According to Karl Marx

political ideas and values. It does seem to be the case that political ideas are shaped by what people already have and how peop...

Individualism, Society, and Political Ideology According to Alexis de Tocqueville, Edmund Burke, and Jean Jacques Rousseau

In six pages this paper examines how individualism, society, and political ideology are perceived by this trio of sociopolitical p...

Women's Rights According to Edmund Burke and Mary Wollenstonecraft

were discounted. It seemed to be an alien concept to the philosophical thinkers of the eighteenth century that the freedoms that ...

Property According to Edmund Burke and Jean Jacques Rousseau

In seven pages this paper discusses how property was viewed by philosophers Edmund Burke in Reflections on the Revolution in Franc...

Historical Materialism Theory of Karl Marx

were "capitalists." There was obviously trade and money and, of course, there were merchants profiting from buying and selling. Bu...

Karl Marx and Economic Determinism

angle. The nature of man is generally self-serving. However, economics is not the end all and be all of social life as it was for ...

Marxism and Sigmund Freud's Human Psyche Model

In five pages Freudian psychology is discussed in a comparative examination of the psychoanalyst's human psyche model and Karl Mar...

Karl Marx and the Enlightenment & Kant’s Hope for the Future

not believe that we should be without kings, but that their power should be limited, "That Kings are not superiors to, but adminis...

Feminism, Economics, and Karl Marx

In nine pages this report examines the relationship between capitalism, feminism, and Marxism and how each is determined by forces...

Relationship Between Labor and Capital According to Karl Marx

- namely the raw materials, the tools and equipment necessary to produce commodities, and the finished product itself. There was a...

Religion and Its Problems

In nine pages this paper discusses the perspectives on religion and the individual according to Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Nietzsche...

Social Reform and Karl Marx

In six pages this paper compares the social reform theories of Karl Marx with those of Nancy Chodorow, Simone de Beauvoir, and Mar...

Human Happiness and Capitalism

war between government and the people ends when freedoms are expanded. For example, in a communist government, individuals cannot ...

Comparing the Philosophies of Friedrich Nietzsche and Karl Marx

in his own personal progress at the cost of everything else. He was wholly supportive of the scientific community during the Enli...

Frederick Douglass and Karl Marx Fictitious Dialogue

In five pages this paper presents a fictitious dialogue between Frederick Douglass and Karl Marx utilizing Marx's Communist Manife...