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Definitions

  1. Karl Marx was born into a progressive and wealthy Jewish family in Trier, Prussia.
  2. Karl Marx was born on May 5, 1818 in the city of Trier, Germany. (Web site)
  3. Karl Marx is probably the most influential socialist thinker to emerge in the nineteenth century and one of the founders of communism. (Web site)
  4. Karl Marx was a key figure in inspiring its creation and was later chosen as its leader.
  5. Karl Marx was an immensely influential German philosopher, political economist, and socialist revolutionary. (Web site)
  6. Karl Marx was born into a progressive Jewish family in Prussian Trier (now in Germany).
  7. Karl Marx was born in Trier in Prussia in 1818, and he died in London in 1883. (Web site)
  8. Karl Marx was born on May 5, 1818 , in the city of Trier in Rheinish Prussia.
  9. Karl Marx was educated at the universities of Bonn, Berlin, and Jena.
  10. Karl Marx was married to Jenny von Westphalen, the educated daughter of a Prussian baron. (Web site)
  11. Karl Marx was known to become the first major social theorist to form a series of concepts within the break between modern and premodern societies.
  12. Karl Marx was born into a middle-class family in Trier, in the Rhineland region of Germany.
  13. Karl Marx was influenced to write the Communist Manifesto because of the Proletariat and the Bourgeoisie. (Web site)
  14. Karl Marx was a social scientist and a philosopher. (Web site)
  15. Karl Marx was a radical opponent of Burke's thought. (Web site)

Paper

  1. This 4 page paper explores the life of Karl Marx and discusses his theories critically. (Web site)
  2. This 5 page paper explores the concept of preference to individual desires and needs as opposed to the state's through the eyes of Adam Smith and Karl Marx. (Web site)

Marxes

  1. He continued to study independently, however, and it was during this period of exile that he first familiarized himself with Karl Marx ---s Das Kapital.
  2. With Karl Marx, whom he met in Cologne, he formed a permanent partnership to promote the socialist movement. (Web site)
  3. In this regard he was similar to Karl Marx and Jeremy Bentham.
  4. The index is useless: I ran across a statement that Karl Marx invented the word "capitalism" to denigrate capitalists, and tried to find it later.
  5. Once this is achieved the state will wither away just as Karl Marx predicted.
  6. In the USA, Mattick carried through a more systematic theoretical study, above all of Karl Marx. (Web site)
  7. Er entwickelte gemeinsam mit Karl Marx die heute als Marxismus bezeichnete revolution--re soziale Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftstheorie. (Web site)
  8. Born in 1818, the same year as Karl Marx, Weydemeyer was the son of a Prussian civil servant residing in M--nster in Westphalia. (Web site)
  9. During the revolt of 1857, Karl Marx was writing regularly in the New York Daily Tribune about the progress and the suppressions of that revolt. (Web site)
  10. Karl Marx inherits that Hegelian dialectic and, with it, a disdain for the notion of an underlying invariant human nature.
  11. Together with Capital, Karl Marx's crowning work, Che delved into Marx's 1844 philosophical manuscripts," Borrego said. (Web site)

Influenced

  1. Hess, Moses (1812-1875): German utopian socialist ideologue; influenced Karl Marx, then supported Lassalle and became one of the forerunners of Zionism. (Web site)
  2. Ricardo, David (1772-1823): the greatest English classical economist, a supporter of the labour theory of value; profoundly influenced Karl Marx. (Web site)

Political Economy

  1. The Living Thoughts of Karl Marx based on Capital: a critique of political economy presented by Leon Trotsky.
  2. Liebknecht studied law and political economy at Leipzig and Berlin where he was converted to the ideas of Karl Marx. (Web site)
  3. Karl Marx, in his famous preface to the Critique of Political Economy pointed out that you cannot judge a man based on what he thinks of himself. (Web site)
  4. Surplus labour is a concept used by Karl Marx in his critique of political economy.
  5. The capitalist mode of production is a concept in Karl Marx’s critique of political economy. (Web site)

Engels

  1. Perhaps the most famous critics were the Left-Hegelians, including Ludwig Feuerbach, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels and their followers in the 19th century.
  2. It involves subscribing to the teachings and legacy of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels (Marxism), and that of Lenin, as carried forward by Joseph Stalin.
  3. Dana, a personal friend of Karl Marx and Frederich Engels, was assistant secretary of war under Lincoln. (Web site)
  4. Contrary to what Kautsky argued, socialist ideas existed before the development of the scientific socialism of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. (Web site)
  5. Also included are photographs of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels from the period.

Lists Sources

  1. Legal naturalism --- term coined by Olufemi Taiwo to describe a current in the social philosophy of Karl Marx which can be interpreted as one of Natural Law.
  2. The author discusses the works of Plato, Karl Marx, Friedrich Engel, and John Locke in relation to their theories of 'Justice.' Bibliography lists 3 sources.
  3. Heroes of the Exile, unpublished critique of Willich---s (and his associates') conduct after the revolution by Karl Marx.
  4. This paper will examine those ideas of Karl Marx, which may deserve another look Bibliography lists 5 sources. (Web site)

Works

  1. Skoglund helped translate the works of Karl Marx from German to English.
  2. Marxism is based on the works of the nineteenth century philosopher, Karl Marx.
  3. Communism can also be traced to Georg Hegel who, while not being political, planted ideas of opposites fighting into Karl Marx 's head. (Web site)
  4. Parlichev translated into Bulgarian works of Karl Marx, Voltaire and others.
  5. Karl Marx studied law and philosophy, and was initially influenced by the works of G. W. F. Hegel.
  6. During his academic period, Lenin studied the works of Karl Marx and his political philosophy, Marxism. (Web site)

Ideas

  1. This produces a contrast with the ideas of Karl Marx, who held that revolution would rise from the lower classes.
  2. Karl Marx saw primitive communism as the original, hunter-gatherer state of humankind from which it arose. (Web site)
  3. Marxian economics descended from the work of Karl Marx and Fredrich Engels.
  4. Some leftists believe in Marxian economics, which are based on the economic theories of Karl Marx.
  5. Hegel was a conservative, but his influence on the revolutionaries Karl Marx and his collaborator Friedrich Engels was profound.

Communist Manifesto

  1. With his partner, the better known Karl Marx, Engel developed communist theory, co-authoring The Communist Manifesto ( 1848).
  2. Engels had met Karl Marx in 1844 and together they wrote the Communist Manifesto, predicting ultimate victory for the proletariat. (Web site)
  3. Contrasts the predominant political views of the United States with those of Karl Marx in the 'Communist Manifesto'. (Web site)

Mikhail Bakunin

  1. Significantly, a massive picture of Sun now appears in Tiananmen Square for May Day while pictures of Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin no longer appear.
  2. The dispute between Mikhail Bakunin and Karl Marx highlighted the differences between anarchism and Marxism. (Web site)
  3. Inspired with ideas of Giuseppe Garibaldi, Karl Marx, Mikhail Bakunin and others peasants and students started organizing manifestations.

Materialism

  1. Historical materialism --- the methodological approach to the study of society, economics, and history which was first articulated by Karl Marx.
  2. In dialectical materialism, contradiction, as derived by Karl Marx from Hegelianism, usually refers to an opposition of social forces.

Discusses

  1. He also wrote of his new life attitude, changed by the works of Karl Marx and Lenin, which he had read while in prison.
  2. Some of these views are then contrasted with those of Karl Marx. (Web site)
  3. The Poverty of Philosphy is a book by Karl Marx published in Paris and Brussels in 1847. (Web site)
  4. A complete 12 page look at Karl Marx's life, works, and socialist ideology. (Web site)
  5. This 5 page report discusses the ideas and ideals of Karl Marx as they relate to alienation. (Web site)

Published

  1. In the same year, Engels began contributing to a journal called the Franco-German Annals, which was edited and published by Karl Marx in Paris.
  2. In the same year Engels began contributing to the journal Deutsch-franz--sische Jahrb--cher, which Arnold Ruge and Karl Marx edited and published in Paris.
  3. The first volumes in the 13-volume Karl Marx Library, edited and translated by Saul K. Padover, have been published: Karl Marx on Revolution, vol. (Web site)

Berlin

  1. Liebknecht studied law and political economy at Leipzig and Berlin where he was converted to the ideas of Karl Marx. (Web site)
  2. Its author was a degenerate parasite named Karl Marx, whom a small gang of wealthy Communists - the League of Just Men - hired for the purpose. (Web site)
  3. A 6 page review and analysis of Sir Isaiah Berlin's study of the work and life of Karl Marx. (Web site)

Friedrich Engels

  1. Karl Marx "believed that the beginning of the civilization was the beginning of the oppression", by analyzing early communist societies.
  2. Commissioned by the Communist League and written by communist theorists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, it laid out the League's purposes and program.
  3. Although Lassalle was a member of the Communist League, his politics were strongly opposed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
  4. The creation of the Paris Commune in 1871, considered by Karl Marx to be the first attempt by the working class to establish a communist society.

Society

  1. Karl Marx believed that social change is what was needed for a better society, and to get social change there must be class conflict. (Web site)
  2. The traditional Marxist viewpoint follows the original thinking of Karl Marx that all events in human society are determined by economic forces. (Web site)

Writings

  1. In that period he made an intensive study of Western political and social theory and was deeply impressed with the writings of Karl Marx and Henry George. (Web site)
  2. Many topics are addressed with a focus on Karl Marx, his writings, and French society. (Web site)

Research Paper

  1. A 6 page research paper comparatively discussing the philosophies of Karl Marx and Friedrich Nietzsche. (Web site)
  2. The subject is viewed through the eyes of Edmund Burke and Karl Marx in this 6 page paper. (Web site)
  3. A 7 page paper discussing a comparison of Karl Marx' views in his essay, On the Jewish Question to books by Patricia Williams and Michael Warner. (Web site)
  4. A 10 page research paper that takes the rather unique perspective of dramatizing a discussion between Karl Marx, Dorothy Smith and Jurgen Habermas. (Web site)

German

  1. Foremost among these critics were the German philosopher Karl Marx and his associate Friedrich Engels.
  2. Lenin is credited with translating Karl Marx's Manifesto from German into Russian. (Web site)
  3. The Grundrisse is a lengthy work by the German philosopher Karl Marx, completed in 1858. (Web site)
  4. This 5 page report discusses the philosophers Karl Marx (1818-1883) and Immanuel Kant (1724-1804). (Web site)
  5. When Karl Marx returned to Brussels he concentrated on finishing his book, The German Ideology. (Web site)

Marx Friedrich

  1. Prominent in his diary were the views of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
  2. Marxism is the political philosophy and practice derived from the work of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
  3. Classical Marxism refers to the body of theory directly expounded by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.

Karl Marx

  1. First, it is a well known fact that the father of communism, Karl Marx, was a Jew and descended from long list of rabbis on his father's side.
  2. He continued to study independently, however, and it was during this period of exile that he first familiarised himself with Karl Marx's Das Kapital.
  3. German Socialist philosopher, the closest collaborator of Karl Marx in the foundation of modern Communism. (Web site)
  4. This 6 page paper focuses on theories of Karl Marx and Max Weber with respect to class. (Web site)
  5. After reading Edward Bellamy 's Equality, Pannekoek became a convinced socialist and started studying Karl Marx 's theories.

Max Weber

  1. Max Weber, a contemporary of Karl Marx, can be somewhat difficult to define theoretically. (Web site)

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