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Essay | Modern Life and Industrialization in Marx, Chaplin and Dickens

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Modern Life and Industrialization in Marx, Chaplin and Dickens

Summary: The dehumanizing effects of industrialism as shown in the novel "Hard Times" by Charles Dickens, the film "Modern Times" by Charlie Chaplain, and the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx.
Solutions to Singularity and Industrialization

In an attempt to propel the quality and way of life forward by means of efficiency and advancement of technology, industrialization destroys many intrinsic characteristics of society and individual that makes us unique. The good purposes that industrialization intended to set forth is often co-opt by its trade offs. Its effects therefore are diametrically opposed to its original intent. The texts Hard Times by Charles Dickens, Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Modern Times by Chaplin therefore offer critiques and "cures" to the problems of industrialization. Industrialization is terrible because of its singular perspective; it focuses to benefit for only one audience, its creator and beneficiary. Because it lacks to look after the majority, it is bound to be chastised. While none of the texts attempt to directly set back time and move society back to...

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