Max Weber's Relationship Between State And Society

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Comparison of Marx and Weber for their approach about state and society: Max Weber is one of the philosophers able to explain economic systems such as capitalism. He was born in Germany in 1864 at that time there were a dramatic change in Germany in terms of industrial so there were a transitional German period and that influenced by those changes happened. Max Weber has a specific ideology about state and society. Inconstant, Karl Marx was a sociologist who were born in Germany in 1818, his idea and ideology about state and society are revolutionary. In addition, he was influenced by the Communist party and he worked as a journalist, he wrote a number of books and articles about capitalism, state, and society. Marx was one of the most intelligible and perspective critics. However, the study of political sociology refers to the interrelationship between both politics and society and somehow this relationship cannot be separated between both of them or it is hard to separate between both politics and society, because they are interrelated. As a result, of this interconnection between both politics and society, there is a social relationship between both of them which lead to reform in the society and make the community a better place…show more content…
Unlike Weber, Karl Marx thought that capitalism is the creation of bureaucrat class for their interests, in order to dominant the foundation of the society. Nevertheless, for Marx religion is a part of the society and it is basic needs for individuals, so in Marxist perspective about religion there is nothing to do with capitalism, but in Weber’s perspective religion is the source of
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