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Sociology and Anthropology
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SOAN 2112
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Linda Hunter

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Chapter 13 - The Philosophical Orientations of Karl Marx February-09-13 7:56 PM  Comets positive philosophy, as we have seen, was a conscious attempt to discredit and repudiate what he had termed negative philosophy. The negative -critical philosophy that emerged and took shape with the Enlightenment had proved itself a formidable weapon in the hands of the rising bourgeoisie in its struggle against the older classes of the theological - feudal order  Man, Marx believed, is infinitely perfectible. Mans essential powers - his latent and potential human powers - are unlimited in their capacity for development  Religion is an opium because it so often leads people to seek meaning and happiness not
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