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Description Since its first publication in 1981, Karl Marx has become one of the most respected books on Marx's philosophical thought. Allen Wood explains Marx's views from a philosophical standpoint and defends ... more

Description This new edition of David McLellan's selection from Karl Marx's writings includes carefully selected extracts from the whole range of Marx's political, philosophical, and economic thought. Each sectio... more

Description A major biography of the man who, more than any other, made the twentieth century. Written by an author of great repute. The history of the 20th century is Marx's legacy. Not since Jesus Christ has an... more

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Fantastic Philosophy to an important word movement,

Quite short, doesn't go into the detail of Das Kapital

...for the 1872 German edition, 1882 Russian edition, 1883 German edition, 1888 English edition. *****The Authors***** Although the names of Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx appear as joint-authors, Engels has stated that it was "essentially Marx's work" Most recent researchers believe that "the actual drafting of The Communist Manifesto was done exclusively by Marx." *****Synopsis***** The Manifesto...

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Historical Nice decor Great Atmosphere

To a pub lover there are no disadvantages

...and intellectual neighbourhood. In former times among its very famous customers was none other than the great man himself-Karl Marx,who used the Museum Tavern as one of his locals. Go there and you see why the founder of Marxism loved the place so much.Today it has a mixed clientele,students and lecturers,office workers, and visitors. Todays visitors can be assured of a fine selection of real ales...

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Wierdly fascinating

Prostitution as art

...comfortably permits itself to appear to be in thrall with its sense of self importance, consequently littering the likes of Facebook and Twitter with banal comment about what they ate for dinner and what they are watching on TV. Famous for 15 minutes is not for me; after all we cannot all be special surely? So dear reader, imagine my initial thoughts about the concept of Norwegian author Karl Ove...

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