An A-to-Z reference of the great social reformer’s own words Among modern philosophers, few have had a greater impact on history than Karl Marx. Now this easy-to-use introduction to the nineteenth-century theorist breaks down his work into definitions of his terms and concepts, including Bourgeois State, Classless Society, and Freedom of the Press. Accompanied by an insightful introductory essay that puts the included excerpts from his works in context, The Wisdom of Marx is essential reading for an understanding of the man whose work incited far-reaching social and economic change.
|Publisher:||Philosophical Library/Open Road|
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About the Author
Karl Marx’s (1818–1883) groundbreaking theories set the stage for sweeping political changes, and his influence on Lenin and Mao Tse-Tung is part of the legacy of the twentieth century. More than a century after his death, millions follow Karl Marx’s social and economic philosophies set forth in his landmark works, The Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital.