Marx vs. Kierkegaard
At first glance it seems that Marx and Kierkegaard have nothing in common. But if you look more thoroughly, it is not hard to notice that being contemporaries they address a similar problem of the society they live in. That is to say, the problem of the alienation. The difference is in the way they see this problem and the solutions that they offer. There is a vast gap between the different realities of these two influential philosophers and between the ways they understand the world.
Both Marx and Kierkegaard agree that in contemporary society many people feel alienated. But while Marx ar…
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