Marx was not entirely wrong in arguing, in the Communist Manifesto, that “the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles”, but I am not convinced he identified the most profound struggle, which is actually between different ways of making sense of our life and giving meaning to it. We can bear almost anything, but not meaninglessness. Philosophy has withdrawn from the task of providing meaningful narratives, and this has left plenty of space to fundamentalists of all kind. We need philosophy to be intellectually engaged again, to shape the human project.
— Lucian Floridi, in an interview with Sincere Kirabo at OldPiano.org.
I recommend you click the hyperlink and check out the rest of the discussion. It is a very informative look at the intersection between philosophy and science, and what lies ahead for both fields as they an increasingly vital role in our fast-changing and troubled world.