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SOC101Y1
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Marx & Weber Part 1
3 components/elements to Marx's theory
1.Student of Hegel / Hegelian thinking
oMember of the Young Hegelians
oWas Hegel's best student b/c he has internalized dialectical thinking
2.French Socialism (Sainte-Simon)
3.English Classical economics (English political economcy) -> esp IMP!
oAdam Smith
oDavid Ricardo
oJames Mill
oCapital is about trying to explain the system emerged and works
oAlienation/dehumanizing/degrading system
oMarx a political refugee, acquired refuge in Britain
HEGEL
Was a philosophical idealist
oTheory of forms
oAn idealist (he) believes Reason, Spirit, Immanent
Partially influenced by BOTH the Enlightenment and Romantic-Conservatism
Marx: Cannot step into the river twice (or ONCE) -> a metaphor for the universe ->
everything is in a state of flux
oIn addition, WAR is the father of all things
War in the generic sense: conflict among human, human are divided
against each other
"History is a slaughter bench"
Development means overcoming internal contradiction (in order to reach a higher
state)
oAnalyzing different epochs
SOCIALISM
The Utilitarian "lassiex-faire" (leave it alone)
Sainte-Simon recognized defects in the system
oCannot say capitalism yet cause Marx coined it
oClass conflict was evident
Saint-Simon + other thinkers decided that the only way to overcome/avoid the
defects of this system is to have rational planning of the economy
oInfluenced by Newton and scientists
oThe planners should be the scientist and to be an authoritarian and elitist
system
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Marx & Weber Part 1 3 componentselements to Marxs theory 1. Student ofHegel Hegelian thinking o Member of the Young Hegelians o Was Hegels best student bc he has internalizeddialectical thinking 2. French Socialism (Sainte-Simon) 3. English Classical economics (English political economcy) -> esp IMP! o Adam Smith o David Ricardo o James Mill o Capital is about trying to explain the system emerged and works o Alienationdehumanizingdegrading system o Marx a political refugee, acquired refuge in Britain HEGEL Was a philosophical idealist o Theory of forms o An idealist (he) believes Reason, Spirit, Immanent Partially influenced by BOTH the Enlightenment and Romantic-Conservatism Marx: Cannot step into the river twice (or ONCE) -> a metaphor for the universe -> everything is in a state of flux o In addition, WAR is the father of all things War in the generic sense: conflict among human, human are divided against each other History is a slaughter bench Development means overcoming internal contradiction (in order to reach a higher state) o Analyzing different epochs SOCIALISM The Utilitarian lassiex-faire (leave it alone) Sainte-Simon recognized defects in the system o Cannot say capitalism yet cause Marx coined it o Class conflict was evident Saint-Simon + other thinkers decided that the only way to overcomeavoid the defects of this system is to have rational planning of the economy o Influenced by Newton and scientists o The planners should be the scientist and to be anuthoritarian and elitist system www.notesolution.com
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