Intellectuals - Chapter 3, Karl Marx: 'Howling Gigantic Curses' Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Karl Marx: 'Howling Gigantic Curses' Summary and Analysis

Karl Marx is the intellectual who has had the most impact on people since his theories became the basis for governments in Russia, China and other country. Mark felt that his theories were scientific. He was part poet, part philosopher and part moralist.

Marx began writing poetry as a child and some of his poems were published and survived. Many of his poems are filled with violence and corruption since he felt that society was on the very of collapse. He had a hard time writing his books but his writing was well sorted for shorter journalistic articles. Marx worked as the European correspondent for the New York Daily Tribune for over ten years.

Marx's goal was to lay the basis for a new school of philosophy. He believed that he...

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