Marx's "Paris Manuscripts" Essay by Master Researcher

Marx's "Paris Manuscripts"
An analysis of the theme of alienation in Karl Marx's "Paris Manuscripts".
# 85908 | 900 words | 2 sources | 2005 | US


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This paper examines how Karl Marx's "Paris Documents" examine the philosophical concept of alienation, which Marx expertly grounds in the material construction of human existence. It looks at how the work Marx produced in the "Paris Manuscripts" accurately describes the conditions of laborers not only within capitalism but, more importantly, within the structure of civilization itself.

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"Well before Karl Marx completed his (in)famous Communist Manifesto, he was working on many of the preliminary ideas that would shape that work in 1844 in Paris. The work that Marx produced in those years was ultimately never finished but forms an important basis of our understanding of the development of Marx's critical perspectives. In particular, the Paris Documents examine the philosophical concept of alienation, which Marx expertly grounds in the material construction of human existence."

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