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How Karl Max S Theory Seeks To Explain Poverty

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How Karl Max’s Theory of Exploitation Seeks To Explain Poverty
Karl Max’s theory of exploitation seeks to explain poverty. Exploiting others can be
described as unfairly taking advantage of other individuals. Additionally, exploitation occurs
when one takes advantage of someone else's weakness for personal gain. Notably, profiting from
another's vulnerability is not always immoral. For example, a soccer player can look for
weaknesses in the opposing team's defense. People with more resources or influence take
advantage of those with less. According to Karl Marx, poverty is characterized as inequality
rather than fair pay for individuals in society. He noted that people who live in an unequal
society are more likely to be poor (Trumpeter, 2018).

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1 How Karl Max’s Theory of Exploitation Seeks To Explain Poverty Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Course Instructor’s Name Date 2 How Karl Max’s Theory of Exploitation Seeks To Explain Poverty Karl Max’s theory of exploitation seeks to explain poverty. Exploiting others can be described as unfairly taking advantage of other individuals. Additionally, exploitation occurs when one takes advantage of someone else's weakness for personal gain. Notably, profiting from another's vulnerability is not always immoral. For example, a soccer player can look for weaknesses in the opposing team's defense. People with more resources or influence take advantage of those with less. According to Karl Marx, poverty is characterized as inequality rather than fair pay for individuals in society. He noted that people who live in an unequal society are more likely to be poor (Trumpeter, 2018). 3 Reference Trumpeter, A. (2018). Marxist theory on poverty. https://www.philosophyzer.com/marxisttheory-on-poverty/ 4 Name: How Karl Max S Theory Seeks To Explain Poverty Description: How Karl Max?s Theory of Exploitation Seeks To Explain Poverty How Karl Max?s Theory of Exploitation ...
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