What if Macbeth had read his Marx?

With the Manifesto¬†Marx “…delineated the endlessly inchoate, incessantly restless and unfinished character of modern capitalism as a phenomenon. He emphasized its inherent tendency to invent new needs and the means to satisfy them, its subversion of all inherited cultural practices and beliefs, its disregard of all boundaries, whether sacred or secular, its destabilization of every hallowed hierarchy, whether of ruler and ruled, man and woman or parent and child, its turning of everything into an object for sale.”

Gareth Stedman Jones, ‘Introduction’,¬†The Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, London: Penguin Classics, 2oo2.

 

…Macbeth, or machine?!

 Marx