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Buddha or Karl Marx summary ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Buddha or Karl Marx by Dr Ambedkar A comparison between Karl Marx and Buddha may be regarded as a joke There need be no surprise in this Marx and Buddha are divided by 2381 years Buddha was born in 563 BC and Karl Marx in 1818 AD Karl Marx is supposed to be the architStem The Buddha on the other hand is believed to be no than the founder of a religion which has no relation to politics or economics The heading of this essa. This was an ok bookThe comparison brought up some good points about both ideologies but some arguments were not so good4 stars for the information but 1 star less since there was a little bias and some forced points with no data backing them up

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Buddha or Karl Marx by Dr Ambedkar A comparison between Karl Marx and Buddha may be regarded as a joke There need be no surprise in this Marx and Buddha are. 'Buddha or Karl Marx' is less of a comparison and of an urge to the followers to come together despite the differences for the end goal of Buddhism and Marxism are same Ambedkar has an inclination towards Buddhism and considers that though the path of Buddha is difficult it will bring better results for it works on changing mindset through persuasion and not force Ambedkar by the end of his life himself embraced Buddhism and his wide knowledge of Buddhism and Marxism makes this a comprehensive analysis But one should be aware and cautious of his inclination towards the religion as a better means

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Buddha or Karl MarxDivided by 2381 years Buddha was born in 563 BC and Karl Marx in 1818 AD Karl Marx is supposed to be the architect of a new ideology polity a new Economic sy. DissatisfiedAccording to Ambedkar Buddha executed Communism even before Marx conceptualised it He makes an attempt at enumerating differences between the Marxist approach and the Buddhist approach to communism Ambedkar observes that Buddha was an egalitarianThis is visible in Buddha denying to take up the position of a dictatorial head of the Sangham when it was opportune and also when Buddha advocated everybody everybody to wear uniform clothes In a way this seemed to me as hardcore egalitarianism Also Ambedkar makes an attempt to point out that Marxist Socialism had been falsifiedbut he seems to have hesitated from providing empirical evidence Why is it so Did he not find compelling evidence on the failure of marxism or was he afraid that debunking marxism would be detrimental to the Indian cause at that point of timeThis essay fell short of my expectations Ambedkar's arguments in this essay arent as cogent as the ones in his other books Maybe it is his soft corner for Buddhism that prevented in from cutting deep into Buddhism But I find myself struggling not to give this piece 4 starsbecause Ambedkar but doing so would be defenestrating the value systemieA value system grounded on individual worth as opposed to birth for which he stood for