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CLASSICAL FRAMEWORKS

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CLASSICAL FRAMEWORKS
HISTORICAL MATERIALISM & HUMAN PERSONALITY
ECONOMY
the core of a consumer good

human personality and social structures interplay with it
HISTORICAL MATERIALSIM & KARL MARX
HE VIEWS WESTERN SOCIETY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE "ECONOMY"

SOCIALISM
DIALECTICS
thesis

antithesis

conflict
WORK OR TASK IS HIGHLY DIFFERENTIATED AND SEGMENTED AS WELL AS THE STATUSES OF PEOPLE WITHIN THE FACTORY.
CAPITALISTS VS PROLETARIAT
see p. 42
2 parts of SOCIETY
BASE, the economic base

SUPERSTRUCTURE, social superstructure
the process of movement and change in human society
Marx said that the material conditions of the people lies in the core of his social theory.
see p 42
HISTORICAL MATERIALISM
Marx surmised that humans underwent a unilineal historical process based on economic or materialist framework.
see p. 42 c
modes of production

means

characteristic

historical period

PRIMITIVE COMMUNISM
foraging in nature
tribal society; no ruling class
prehistory
ANCIENT MODE OF PRODUCTION
slave labor

ancient society; ruling class exists

ancient times
FEUDALISM
land

reciprocal relations between landlords and peasants

medieval period
CAPITALISM
machines; factories

ruling class exploiting the working class

industrial; capitalist society
SOCIALISM
publicly & collectively owned machines; factories

production intended to satisfy human needs

postcapitalism
COMMUNISM
means similar to socialism

"perfect and ideal" system of human affairs

hypothetical future
bottomline, per Marx

All of these are human beings' own creation.

read p. 43
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