The intention of this study is to introduce Marx's class theory, which is much discussed in sociology, and to reveal the fundamental deficiencies in theory. It is known that long-lasting class analysis and approaches are dominant in sociology. However, criticisms of Marxist class theory, which has had a profound impact on class discussions, are rarely found in the theory. The most influential critique of Marx's theory is that of Erich Fromm, who analyzes the lack of theory in an analytical approach. Erich Fromm, who looks at interdisciplinary interdisciplinary and all potentials, has examined Marx's theory by developing a new field of sociology unique to psychology, anthropology, sociology and law
Although it is indisputable that the theory is precious, it has stated that there are very serious shortcomings in the theory. Fromm discusses Marx's theory of value and class approach in a wide range of his own works, and has given them a place, in which he elaborates on the shortcomings of his theory. In this framework, Erich Fromm introduces Marx's class theory and aims to reveal his shortcomings in the direction of criticism. It is thought that working in the light of these arguments will give an explanation of the reasons for the gradual declining class movement in modernization and social change. At the same time it is thought that the criticisms of Marxist establishment and the social changes that theory can not explain in today's society are useful.
Keywords: Marx, Class, Modernism, Erich Fromm, Marx Class Theory