TAKE CRIME AS A SOCIAL FENOMENON IN THE LIGHT OF MARXIST UNDERSTANDING.
The crime or exactly the criminal, according to Marx, was a stimulating subject for the development of productive forces and, simultaneously, a hero transgressor of bourgeois legal order. The Marxist approach could be cynical and offensive, especially to the hundreds of thousands of victims of violence. But we should not forget that Marx, in addition to a critic of capitalism, was a narrator of his reality. A narrator, romantic, that is, always attentive to modern drama.
Karl Marx interpreted the role of the criminal as an active element in the rational societies. The criminal activity is a force that regulates the societies, which affects many areas of life, of which Marx emphasizes ...view middle of the document...
Crime is a real phenomenon, timeless, and learned ethically like something negative and evil, but paradoxically it favors the production of a list of needs with which the man lives and has reached the point of dependence to live. Marx said that the criminal not only produces crimes, because seen in a profitable way, thanks to crime and from the crime, the criminal covers an important role in the production of criminal law and of teaches who are responsible of teaching it, and goods on criminal law the teachers launched on the market. In society there is police thanks to the crime, even the concept of justice becomes logic meaningful sense with the crime, justice that to be administered, it needs the activity from different charges relating to criminal justice, such as judges, jurors, executioners, etc.
Karl Marx shows a certain sense of humor and sarcasm that accompany his strict and undeniable genius in political philosophy and economic, in theories like the locksmiths who would haven’t any occupation without the crime activity, or the need to make a sophisticated money as unique as possible just to the counterfeiters can not reproduce it. Even the art found in the contour of crime infinite profiles for the creation of novels, tragedies, pictures, movies and more. The literature reflects without end the crime through every conceivable way. And finally should highlight the work of journalism which is difficult to imagine without the existence of crime, as many media that they are fed from the possibility of being constantly informing about present crime to the mass society.
Karl Marx, German political economist
(May 5, 1818 – March 14, 1883)
First page of The Capital, the main work of Karl Marx.