Multiple choice (Marx Theories)

| February 11, 2014

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There is a choice of 6 titles; all focusing MARX. Please pick the question that you can make the best job of.
1) Why, for Marx, is ?the Criticism of Religion the beginning of all Criticism??
2) What, for Marx, are the dimensions of alienated labour?
3) ?Communism is the riddle of history solved, and knows itself to be the solution.? Explain Marx?s claim.
4) Marx criticises previous socialists for being grounded in philosophy or moral aspiration. How (if it does) does his socialism escape similar criticism?
5) Marx claims all history is the history of class conflict. What are classes? How are they formed? Why do they conflict? Is conflict inevitable?
6) Why and how does Marx think Capitalism is bound to collapse?
Whichever title is chosen, the following instructions apply:
The title must be one of the above – VERBATIM.
The essay MUST take the form of an argument. Other writer’s opinions are ESSENTIAL – as are YOURS; CRITIQUE the material.
The essay should be structured into 3 sections ? see below.
Referencing guidelines
The source text should be ?Karl Marx: Selected Writings? by David McLellan.
References to ‘A History of Modern Political Thought’ by Iain Hampsher-Monk are highly desirable.
Other references may be made to any source as long as it is READILY AVAILABLE (not out of print etc).
References to web pages are acceptable but only to ?credible? sources (use judgement) but definitely NOT Wikipedia.
Any text lifted directly from a source MUST be in ?QUOTATION MARKS? and a reference to the exact page at end of the sentence.
OXFORD FOOTNOTES referencing to be used throughout.
Please note the NUMBER of sources required.
Please include BIBLIOGRAPHY at the end (OXFORD ? ALPHABETICAL).
1 – Introduction guidelines
The intro should not exceed 10% of the word-count. It should not include many references (if any).
It should ?signpost? the essay and outline the basic argument that is to be made in the essay. EG:
This essay will first examine? (pr?cis of first aspect to be examined). It will then look at?.(pr?cis of second aspect) before focussing on?(pr?cis of third aspect) before finally concluding.
This essay will argue that?(summary of basic argument)
2 – Main Body guidelines
This should form approximately 80% of the essay.
This is where the bulk of the references reside (probably all).
This section should follow the ?signposting? laid out in the introduction.
Sensible paragraphing should be used throughout.
3 – Conclusion guidelines
The conclusion should not exceed 10% of the word-count.
It should not include many references (if any).
It should not include any new information not covered in the main body.
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