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By Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels

Approximately years sooner than his strong Communist Manifesto, Marx (1818-1883) co-wrote The German Ideology in 1845 with buddy and collaborator Friedrich Engels expounding a brand new political worldview, together with positions on materialism, hard work, creation, alienation, the growth of capitalism, classification clash, revolution, and finally communism. They chart the process "true" socialism according to Hegel's dialectic, whereas criticizing the tips of Bruno Bauer, Max Stirner and Ludwig Feuerbach. Marx improved his feedback of the latter in his now recognized Theses on Feuerbach, came across after Marx's demise and released by way of Engels in 1888. advent to the Critique of Political financial system, additionally came across one of the posthumous papers of Marx, is a fraction of an creation to his major works. Combining those 3 works, this quantity is key for an figuring out of Marxism.

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