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Marx vs Weber on Capitalism
Comparison between the views of Karl Marx and Max Weber on capitalism are as follows: –
- Marx describes Capitalism as one of the historical stages through which society passes.
- Weber says that studied society in terms of meaning attributed or given by individuals to the world around them.
- Marx sees the emergence of Capitalism in terms of a shift in the mode of production.
- To him, the economy or the material world is the infrastructure or base which molds due to subsystems like.
- So a change in the system primarily a change in the economic system.
- Weber analysis that it is more complex, he hoes not ignore economic factors in the emergence of rational capitalism.
- But to him, the problem of meaning motivation and would view of an individual is important.
- Weber views values, beliefs sentiments help to guide action including economic activities in order to understand why and how rational Capitalism emerged.
- He thinks that it is important to understand the value system that makes it possible.
- Marks’ studies in terms of the historian’s stages in which society passes through capitalism emerge as a result of contradictions.
- In earlier stages bringing about the new mode of production.
- But into the account value system and belief to understand the emergence of capitalism.
- To Marx, Capitalism is rooted in irrationality but To Weber’s, it is a reflection of rationality.
- Marx emphasizes only the economic factors which lead to Capitalism. but
- Weber besides economic factors also emphasizes social politics and cultural factors which leads to Capitalism.
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