The Communist Manifesto

Written on February 11, 2014. Written by .

The very beginning was alright. I mostly agree with some of the complaints about society that they have, e.g. that workers are exploited by capitalists and that jobs have become more dehumanizing and/or less natural for humans to do. However, I was appalled at the leap that they took from these complaints to just prognosticating a revolution of extreme evil. The way it was written was particularly disturbing. The wording wasn’t that of promulgation, but as if it were already inevitable that the proletariat would unite and rebel against the bourgeoisie. They showed no shame in advocating violence to achieve their ends. And there was very little rational argumentation or philosophical justification. It came off as more of a call to arms than a manifesto.

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