Understanding the Politics of Consciousness

Consciousness is defined by The Cambridge Dictionary as “both the state of being awake, aware of what is around you and able to think” and “the fact of noticing the existence of something.”

Karl Marx, the world-renowned Prussian-born philosopher, economist, sociologist and political theorist of the 19th century, held many invaluable proclamations, one being that consciousness is an…

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Brooklyn-native poet, author, artist, & activist. Debut book EMPIRE SUNSETS OUT NOW. www.carlstraut-collard.com

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Carl G. Straut-Collard

Carl G. Straut-Collard

Brooklyn-native poet, author, artist, & activist. Debut book EMPIRE SUNSETS OUT NOW. www.carlstraut-collard.com

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