Project #87361 - discussion

-          Marx claims that all “history is the history of class struggle.” What does he mean by that? He also claims that the State functions merely as a “committee” to serve the interests of the bourgeoisie. Do you think that his idea is still valid today? How can you address some of the political debates in our society today after reading The Manifesto?

-          Explain Foucault’s concept of “power” in the section of Discipline and Punish. What has Foucault learned from his study of the French prison system? What can you learn from Foucault’s analysis of power today?

-          King is normally recognized through his appeals to non-violence in his struggle against racism in the United States. But in the Letter from the Prison in Birmingham he says some harsh things about well-intentioned people that simply failed to support his movement in the moment it needed the most. How do you read King’s critique to these people? What would you say is King’s greatest contribution to political thought in this letter? 

 

https://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1848/communist-manifesto/

http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Articles_Gen/Letter_Birmingham.html

 

Subject Philosophy
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/17/2015 01:00 pm
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