Inside the Human Mind
Since the beginning of time, civilizations have established nations and grouped people into organized societies all over the world. However, since the time they were born, people in these societies have clashed due to different ideologies, theories, and cultures. A prime example of this clash can be the rise of communism during the 1900s. This strong theory was born from the realization that alienation exists between people, forming different classes and statuses. Karl Marx is known as the father of this Communist theory. However, one needs to question how this ideology sprung into the minds of many individuals. One theory of this revolutionary mentality can come from Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic theory. Basically, stating the fact that this form of alienation in society has always been engraved into the minds of every individual. However, people tend to repress this ideology and believe that it is simply, the way of life. This repression is the cause that leads individuals to the revelation that alienation is wrong, it is not the way to live a life of justice.