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The German Ideology
This edition makes easily accessible the most important parts of Marx's and Engels's major early philosophical work, The German Ideology, a text of key importance for students.
The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State
"The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State (1884)" was a provocative and profoundly influential critique of the Victorian nuclear family. Engels argued that the traditional monogamousExpand
The Marx-Engels Reader
Compiles the significant writings of Marx and Engels in an attempt to trace the origins and meaning of classical Marxism.
The Communist Manifesto
"Nathans's deeply researched and meticulously argued book takes us into the drawing rooms and offices o f successful Jews o f St. Petersburg and greatly enhances our understanding not only o f JewishExpand
Manifesto of the Communist Party
Written: Late 1847; First Published: February 1848; Source: Marx/Engels Selected Works, Vol. One, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1969, pp. 98-137; Translated: Samuel Moore in cooperation with FrederickExpand
Economic and philosophic manuscripts of 1844 . Communist manifesto
Communism as a political movement attained global importance after the Bolsheviks toppled the Russian Czar in 1917. After that time the works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, especially theExpand
Socialism: Utopian and Scientific
The present English edition of Engels' Socialism: Utopian and Scientific follows the translation of the corresponding chapters in Anti-D&uumlhring which we shall soon publish. The foreword to theExpand
The German ideology : including Theses on Feuerbach and introduction to The critique of political economy
Nearly two years before his powerful Communist Manifesto, Marx (1818-1883) co-wrote "The German Ideology" in 1845 with friend and collaborator Friedrich Engels expounding a new political worldview,Expand
Dialectics of Nature
Preface MARXISM has a two-fold bearing on science. In the first place Marxists study science among other human activities. They show how the scientific activities of any society depend on itsExpand