Karl Marx and Walter Rauschenbusch on Socialism
An analysis of socialism as a rival ideology to modernism and industrialization according to the ideologies of Karl Marx and Walter Rauschenbusch.
# 107081 | 1,228 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 |
Published on Aug 19, 2008 in Philosophy (History - 19th Century) , Political Science (General) , Political Science (Marx / Engels)
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This paper looks into the ideas of Karl Marx and Walter Rauschenbusch as they promoted the ideology of socialism in the 19th century. The paper posits that both Marx and Rauschenbusch promoted the idea that there must be a return to collective organization - establishment of communes - in order for human society to fully recognize its potential as motivators and movers of the modern development occurring in the society. The paper analyzes these concepts.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Rauschenbusch, W. 1975. The Social Gospel. NY:MacMillan.
- Marx, K. "Alienated labor." In Seeing Ourselves. NJ: Prentice Hall.
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