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Further, edition is free, based on a public domain copyright. Therefore, please download my complete version of Capital by Karl Marx for free. I zipped the files because of the size. All files contain all three volumes of his works and a short introduction by me. My downloads are secure and virus free. My name is Mark Biernat and I am a college Economics professor.

You basically are allowed to live in a house on a tiny piece of land for working your life away. You can see that Marxist ideas have emotional appeal as well as some theoretical truth based on the time.

I and my family have always been unrepentant capitalists, as Marxist theory is not only economic but also has an ant-religious partiality. However, the economic theory alone, as articulated in Capital is a worthy read.

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In one sense, understanding Marx will better make you be able to defend your own capitalist ideals. At the very least it is a fascinating read of history. Marx wrote against the exploitation of the worker by the capitalist. Marx lived from to , however, if you substitute the players in his book with a modern interpretation such a big companies or government, you will find a relevant view you can relate to.

The paradigms of ideas shift when old ideas are looked at in a new way. I recommend reading Capital because, you might find something that was not looked at before.

Something that is valid and meaningful that has been overlooked. These discoveries happen all the time. If you are Marxist or leaning to the left, try to see where the theory in Das Kapital is still valid and where it is outdated.

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I teach economics in a college setting. Therefore, I offer the works of Karl Marx free for download and suspend my preconceived notions. While Adam Smith believed capitalism was motivated by enlighten self-interest, people create value to satiated demand.

When people pursue enlightened self interest society as a whole benefit in ways that could never be imagined or engineered. Marx has a different view. The owner of production could claim surplus value because of legal protection. The ruling regime granted the capitalist property rights. If we understand what Marx believed was wrong with capitalism we can create a better capitalism model.

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Marx articulated. Marx believed a capitalist ideology was created because society is brainwashed to attribute value judgments on things that do not matter. He makes some points relevant to his time and important to continue to improve our time. Some ideas he had was free education, free libraries, public transportation and roads, progressive income tax. These ideas have all come to fruition and as capitalism evolves in our mixed economy more of his ideas are ironically become manifest though capitalism.

Marx is a conflict theory because one group of society in not in competition but conflict and oppression with another group in society.

It sociology is one model that is not common. More common is cooperation, competition or isolation. Class conflict was the basis of his theory.


He did not envision the totalitarian oppression of Communism, which to the Soviets was seen as a transitional state towards the path to Utopia. He wanted to create an equal society in terms of economics opportunity to actualize their lives through intellectual endeavors. In the context of his time, Marx was writing about, a transition from feudalism to industrialization. During feudalism, people had rights to have their own animals and farm in the commons.

However, with the passage of the Enclosure acts in the 18th century in England, land ownership and use became restrictive and migration to the cities limited workers to factory work for making a means of employment. In the factories, factory workers were employed at substance wages and children were use as cheap labor.

The classes were the factory owners or the Bourgeoisie and the workers or the proletariat. The capitalist system is based on a system that encourages inequality. Through education of the proletariat and eventual revolution that would over thought the system, a new system where all people were treated equal. Further the capital and businesses were community owned, this system was called communism. It was the abolition of private property.

Marx used Hegelian logic, dialectical materialism in his theory. In another twist of irony, in one sense Marx was the first hyper consumer, as all that exists in the world was material, rather than spiritual transcendence and meaning.

Therefore, his system of happiness util maximization was based on satiation through material equality and intellectual pursuits, not a soulful transcendence. Nothing is more useful than water: A diamond , on the contrary, has scarce any value in use; but a very great quantity of other goods may frequently be had in exchange for it — Adam Smith. Value is not determined by labor input or any objective measure but by supply and demand, it is subjective, whatever value people ascribe value to it.

You are not as indentured to your job and your career as you think.

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These are seen as the two social values that are parlayed to create a society that is just. Justice as the ultimate good. They have to be balanced with both equality and freedom which are limited goods.

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You do not want the freedom to yell fire in a crowded movie if it was not true, or allow children to smoke. Nor do you want to make everyone so equal that it crushes the human spirit. Society as a whole should strive for to maximize justice. Marx had an inordinate emphasis on equality which brought societies which espouse his ideology to a lower social medium.

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Compare North Korea to South Korea. What was once West Berlin or East Berlin. Hong Kong to mainland China before China became a mixed economy. If you believe that humans are naturally good than, if you maximize freedom justice will prevail.

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