The Best Quotes by Karl Marx (Real Quotes with References)

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This page features a selection of the best quotes by Karl Marx. All of these quotes are real and references are given after each quote. Here are the best quotes by Marx in no particular order: The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it. – Theses on Feuerbach, XI Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world … It is the opium of the people. – A Contribution to the Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right …

Books on Marx

The Philosophy of Karl Marx: A collection of articles, videos, and podcasts

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This page aims to make learning about the philosophy of Marx as easy as possible by bringing together the best articles, podcasts, and videos from across the internet onto one page. To get started, simply choose one of the resources listed below: Encyclopedia Article(s) This section features articles from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. The SEP is probably the most comprehensive online philosophy resource. It features in-depth articles on a huge number of philosophical topics, however, it is aimed at an academic audience and may be too detailed and technical …

Books on Marx

The Eight Best Books on or by Karl Marx

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From beginner-friendly introductions to classic works by Marx, this page features books to suit any learning style. It’s important to note that there is no single best book on Marx. The best book for you will depend heavily on your preferred learning style and the amount of time/energy you’re willing to spend reading. For example, if you tend to find classic works of philosophy difficult to understand, you might want to start with a short, beginner-friendly introduction. If you prefer more depth, you can choose a more comprehensive introduction or …

Class Struggle and Exploitation – a short reading from Marx and Engels’ ‘Communist Manifesto’

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The Communist Manifesto is a political pamphlet written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in 1848. It contains a mixture of advocacy, theorizing, and historical narration. A central idea of the Manifesto is that capitalist society is based on an antagonistic relationship between two social groups: the bourgeoisie, who own the means of production and the proletariat, who do not own the means of production and must therefore sell their labour in order to make a living. Historically, political and cultural institutions have advanced the interests of those in power; …