Marxist And Proletariat Analysis

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The essay focuses on two different sections. The first part of the essay is will discuss the central arguments about knowledge made by Marx and critical theorist, with close attention to its relationship based on the exploitation or oppression that exists in the society and the relationship between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat. Knowledge can only be acquired when applied in any practical situation. This can be achieved through’’ natural science”. This has long been in the existences before now. The fact that we can think and reason well will automatically affect our perception about the way we view things and give us the correct impression of what the reality is. Therefore, the connection between us and the material world are “integrally…show more content…
The study of social science is concerned about how relationships are built and established between man and his material world. This type of relationship that exists in social phenomena is what Marxist termed as “class conflict or struggle”. Right from the historical existence the way the society is formed or structured, only few groups of people have the opportunities ‘to enjoy and owns the “means of production of goods”, while other groups look for a strategic way to survive. Consciously or unconsciously this thought dominates the heart of every human…show more content…
Apart from the class conflict, the proletariat also has psychological trauma in securing jobs as their chances are low and the fact that they could be laid off easily by the bourgeoisie. It is so unfortunate that, people’s way of life have been regulated and structured to norms and values from different groups of ideological apparatus. All these ideas have immensely contributed to the ways people have been exploited. This is because their behaviours have been so structured that people find it so easy to adapt and comply with the rules and regulations governing each set of the
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