Philosophical Heavyweights: Marx versus Plato

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Philosophy

 

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Martin M

 

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April 9, 2016

 

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University

 

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B

 

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Their views on the concept of self highlights some key differences between the two thinkers. These differences affect the view of freedom for both of them. To Marx, you are a pattern of behaviors. This is your being, your core. The core cannot be changed. There is, however, a state of constant changes; changes that define the self...
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The core cannot be changed. There is, however, a state of constant changes; changes that define the self. We invent ourselves and create who we are through our actions and activities. The Marxist self is located in the reactions between an individual and society. To Marx, the self is simply our human behavior, and it can become whatever we may create it to be through our creative activity...
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