A Marxist perspective
A Marxist perspective: Marxism is a term derived from the works of Karl Marx (1818 – 1883) born the son of Trier, a renowned lawyer. He was a theorist from Germany, a historian, and an economist whose notions played a chief part in the advancement of the socialist civil movement and various social sciences. During his era, he composed and printed countless books and articles, most outstandingly, The Communist Manifesto and Capital. Enthusiasts of Marx’s work have pinched from what he composed; taking his concepts a step ahead and generated ostentatious hypothetical belvederes termed as Marxism.
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Eco-racism is the racial prejudice in the enforcement and enactment of practices, policies, or guidelines that adversely affect the settings of genealogically identical societies at an unequal rate compared to the wealthy societies. Marx’s theories call for the obliteration of the entrepreneurial economic method where owning of chief means of production is private. In accordance to Marxism, backing up the growth of an egalitarian culture would lead to liberty and prosperity for everyone.
Adaman, Fikret, and Begum Ozkaynak. The Economics- Environment Relationship: Neoclassical, Institutional, And Marxist Approaches. 1st ed. 2002. Print.