According to Marx, the bourgeoisie is a class that has no practical use, unlike ordinary workers. When feudalism declined, the new class became the most active, wealthy, and educated social group in society. This class became the most advanced and progressive, as it was not burdened by feudal principles or noble family ties. The bourgeois received income from their labor and hired workers’ help.
Due to the revolution, a bourgeois society was formed, overthrowing centuries-old values and traditions. The right of ownership prevailed over noble birth and hereditary ties. High positions were occupied mainly by representatives of the big bourgeoisie, and workers still depended on the more affluent class because of the size of wages.