Karl Marx: A Reader

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Cambridge University Press, 29 août 1986 - 345 pages
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This volume contains a selection of Karl Marx's most important writings, organized thematically under eight headings: methodology, alienation, economics, exploitation, historical materialism, classes, politics, and ideology. Jon Elster provides a brief introduction to each selection to explain its context and its place in Marx's argument. The volume is designed as a companion to Elster's An Introduction to Karl Marx and the thematic structure of each book is the same. But the Reader can also stand on its own and offers the student a substantial and revealingly organized selection of the crucial texts needed to understand and assess Marx's views.
 

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PART 1 MARXIST METHODOLOGY
1
INTRODUCTION TO THE GRUNDRISSE
3
THESES ON FEUERBACH
20
FROM THE GERMAN IDEOLOGY
23
ALIENATION
29
FROM COMMENTS ON JAMES MILL
31
FROM THE ECONOMIC AND PHILOSOPHICAL MANUSCRIPTS OF 1844
35
FROM THE GRUNDRISSE
47
FROM CAPITAL III
210
CLASS CONSCIOUSNESS AND CLASS STRUGGLE
223
FROM THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO
225
FROM THE NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ON ENGLAND
235
FROM THE CLASS STRUGGLES IN FRANCE
244
FROM THE EIGHTEENTH BRUMAIRE OF LOUIS BONAPARTE
253
FROM CAPITAL III
254
MARXS THEORY OF POLITICS
257

FROM CAPITAL I
62
MARXIAN ECONOMICS
79
FROM CAPITAL I
81
FROM CAPITAL III
100
EXPLOITATION
121
FROM THE GERMAN IDEOLOGY
123
FROM RESULTS OF THE IMMEDIATE PROCESS OF PRODUCTION
128
FROM CAPITAL 1
136
FROM CRITIQUE OF THE GOTHA PROGRAMME
162
HISTORICAL MATERIALISM
169
FROM THE GERMAN IDEOLOGY
171
PREFACE TO A CRITIQUE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY
187
FROM THE GRUNDRISSE
188
FROM CAPITAL I
208
FROM THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO
259
ADDRESS TO THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE
266
FROM THE EIGHTEENTH BRUMAIRE OF LOUIS BONAPARTE
276
FROM THE CIVIL WAR IN FRANCE
284
FROM CRITIQUE OF THE GOTHA PROGRAMME
291
FROM THE COMMENTS ON BAKUNIN
294
THE MARXIST CRITIQUE OF IDEOLODY
299
FROM CONTRIBUTION TO THE CRITIQUE OF HEGELS PHILOSOPHY OF LAW INTRODUCTION
301
FROM THE GERMAN IDEOLOGY
302
FROM THE EIGHTEENTH BRUMAIRE OF LOUIS BONAPARTE
306
FROM THEORIES OF SURPLUSVALUE
312
SOURCES
333
INDEX
334
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Karl Heinrich Marx, one of the fathers of communism, was born on May 5, 1818 in Trier, Germany. He was educated at a variety of German colleges, including the University of Jena. He was an editor of socialist periodicals and a key figure in the Working Man's Association. Marx co-wrote his best-known work, "The Communist Manifesto" (1848), with his friend, Friedrich Engels. Marx's most important work, however, may be "Das Kapital" (1867), an analysis of the economics of capitalism. He died on March 14, 1883 in London, England.

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