Explain Marx's general account of social and political change, illustrate it with examples drawn from the transition between particular historical epochs ? e.g the change from Feudalism to Capitalism or from capitalism to socialism

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So by creating God in our image, humanity had alienated itself from itself, (leaving humanity as a lower, lesser version of the image of God) what we believe of God is really true of ourselves and humanity can regain what religion has forced out of us. It was Feuerbach's later works, particularly his critique of Hegel, that interested Marx the most, "Hegel had taken Mind as the moving force in history, and humans as manifestations of Mind...
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So by creating God in our image, humanity had alienated itself from itself, (leaving humanity as a lower, lesser version of the image of God) what we believe of God is really true of ourselves and humanity can regain what religion has forced out of us. It was Feuerbach's later works, particularly his critique of Hegel, that interested Marx the most, "Hegel had taken Mind as the moving force in history, and humans as manifestations of Mind...
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