International Relations Theory – Marxism


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“All I know is I’m not a Marxist.” — Marx

Marxism is a radical philosophy, a revolutionary theory of social change authored by Karl Marx, the most important of all socialist thinkers. It is a fusion of German philosophy, mainly the dialectics of Hegel , French socialism, and British political economy. This combination makes Marxism unique among other philosophies in history. The fusion itself did not happen quickly out in a thin air. It was a tedious process out of Marx’s critical observation of society and history using the scientific method. It is revolutionary because it is dialectic, and was born out of his involvement of the class struggles happening at that time in Europe. Karl Marx was born in May…

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