Karl Marx And Max Weber

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In the modern world, what are the sources of class struggle? Is there/are there class struggles and classes that are primary, and if so, what? Do these class struggles inevitably lead to revolution?

Karl Marx (1818-1883) and Max Weber (1864-1920), both social scientists, dedicated much of their time and work towards the common goal of interpreting the causes and effects of capitalism. They did this by creating a sense of understanding (not only for themselves but for others as well) in regards to capitalism’s construction, foundation, mechanism, and its future. In their assessments of capitalism, both Marx and Weber appear to have two different conclusions based on comparable as well as noticeably dissimilar factors. As a result of Marx and Weber 's different approaches, in regards to capitalism, both of their understandings and beliefs of the causes, effects and the future of capitalism and class struggle share certain ideas however, part in others.
Marx 's conception of history and society’s future is illustrated through constant class struggle. In fact, Marx’s sociology is more often than not called “The sociology of class conflict” (Priya, 2015). The idea of class struggle or conflict surfaces from the concept of materialism (or greediness) throughout history and constant surplus value. Surplus value is the difference between a worker 's wages (also known as exchange value) and the value of goods and services he or she produces (also known as use value)
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