Marx indicates several social classes: the proletariat, the bourgeoisie, the landlords, the farmers and the peasantry and others.
The philosophical method of Marxism is dialectical materialism, which is based on the Hegel’s theory of the dialectical idealism.
Dialectical materialism presumes economic determinant to be the prima determinant in history.
Class consciousness presumes the ability of a social class to act in its own rational interests.
The means of production include the means of labor and the subject of labor. They require labor power in order to produce something.
Marxism has had a great influence on the development of the contemporary society, and modern communism is based on its main principles.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels’ theory is based on the of the Proletariat and Proletarian Internationalism.
Marx defined alienation as a main result of capitalism.
These ideas were suitable during the time when Marx created his philosophy.
Political economy became a study of ways humans organize material, distribute the products of activity.
Marx defined exploitation as the main reason of social injustice.