Comparing Marx And Nietzsche's View Of Religion

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Marx and Nietzsche both agreed that religion is unnecessary. Marx viewed religion as a form of dissent from the working class. He believed that using religion was an expression of the individual`s personal suffering. Therefore, humans made religion to run away from their daily problems, in the end creating more problems with the concept of religion itself. Marx viewed religion as something made by humans to provide reasoning and answers for their questions and desires. Like Freud, Marx strongly believed that religion was created as a form of security. Nietzsche viewed religion as something humans resort to in times of desperation. They turn to religion when they are seeking meaning in their own life. Nietzsche believed that religion made
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