It has seemed to me worth while to show from the history of civilization just what war has done and has not done for the welfare of mankind. In the eighteenth century it was assumed that the primitive state of mankind was one of Arcadian peace, joy, and contentment. In the nineteenth century the assumption went over to the other extreme — that the primitive state was one of universal warfare.
If Marx was bothered about anything or any concept in his thoughts and idea it was mainly two concepts that bothered him the most.
Any particular epoch about which Marx was bothered in the history was capitalism; because Marx belongs to this period in the history, i. Capitalism represents the historic mode of production under historic phases of the society.
Capitalism comes after the downfall of Feudalism. Capitalism refers to a process and a system where there is predominance in the use of capital or predominance in the use of productive resources. Economists do not agree with the sociological definitions and argue that a system in which there is predominance in the use of capital can refer to the capitalist process of production and not capitalism.
Sociologists, on the other hand, argue that capitalism is an ideology. It represents not only a system but also a process. There was predominance in the use of capital prior to capitalism.
As for example, towards the end of the feudal system certain mechanical tools, technology, skills and devices were used by Feudal Guilds Industry which were not necessarily the capitalist systems. So the use of productive resources representing a peculiar form of labour and capital relationships represents what is known as Capitalism as an ideology.
So capital refers to the man made, nature made, tangible and intangible things including those infrastructural provisions which become the objects of labour. So capitalism is a system representing a peculiar form of labour capital relations during the process of Industrial production.
Capitalism, as a system, has certain characteristics: Capitalism is characterised in the use of private property. Idea of inheritance necessary for continuity of capitalist system. Market oriented system of production.
A favourable Government is necessary for survival of capitalist system. Rational organization of production.
It refers to those productive resources including the capital which is exclusively owned by a single individual and his family. By appropriating more and more surplus value is used for more savings.
Necessary amenities are provided.
Tools and techniques are used by the rich mass. Private property also includes shares and debentures. Private property is the most important moving force which moves the capitalist system.
It suggests that there must be a legal heir to succeed to such office after the death or withdrawal of the first owner.In her writing she brought an early feminist perspective to bear on thought are more often than not overlooked within the cannon of classical sociological theory, though her work including Cabell’s Directories of Publishing Opportunities, Ulrich’s Directories, ERIC, EBSCO, SWETS International, Library of Congress National Serials.
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Marx’s sociology of capital in capitalist societies is not applicable to so many capitalist societies. This is the” case particularly with the Asiatic societies which do . A major representative of the German sociological tradition, Georg Simmel () has influenced social thinkers ranging from the Chicago School to Walter Benjamin.
His magnum opus, The Philosophy of Money, published in , is nevertheless a difficult book that has daunted many would-be readers. This book is a defence of the form of realism which stands closest to that upheld by the Nyāya–Vaíṣsika school in classical India.
The book presents the Nyāya view and critically examines it against that of its traditional opponent, the Buddhist version of phenomenalism and idealism.
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