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  Friedrich Engels - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Engels fought in the Baden campaign against the Prussians (June/July 1849) as the aide-de-camp of August Willich, who commanded a Free Corps in the Baden-Palatinate uprising.
The Legend of Marx, or “Engels the founder” by Maximilien Rubel
Engels: The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 (1844), The Peasant War in Germany (1850), Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Germany (1852), Socialism: Utopian and Scientific (1880), Dialectics of Nature (1883), The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State (1884), Ludwig Feuerbach and the End of Classical German Philosophy (1886)
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 Friedrich Engels - Wikipedia
Engels nahm 1843 in London Kontakt auf mit der ersten revolutionären deutschen Arbeiterorganisation, dem Bund der Gerechten, ebenso mit den englischen Chartisten in Leeds und begann, für die Zeitung der Owenisten Artikel zu schreiben, die auch in der Zeitung der Chartisten, The Northern Star erschienen.
In England lernte Engels auch den Handelsgehilfen und Dichter Georg Weerth kennen, der später das Feuilleton der Neuen Rheinischen Zeitung in den Revolutionsjahren 1848/49 leiten sollte.
Friedrich Engels war als Freund der Familie von Karl Marx dort oft zu Gast und trug sich auch in das Poesiealbum von Jenny Marx Longuet (geb.
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 Friedrich Engels - Picture - MSN Encarta
Friedrich Engels, a German revolutionary political economist, worked with fellow German revolutionary, Karl Marx, from 1842 to 1883.
Engels and Marx completed their famous treatise on the collapse of capitalism and rise of communism, The Communist Manifesto, in 1848, and in 1870 helped found the First International, an international Socialist organization.
Engels wrote many of his own treatises on socialism and is also known for editing and publishing the second and third volumes of Das Kapital following the death of Marx in 1883.
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 Friedrich Engels - MSN Encarta
Engels made what is considered his greatest single contribution to Marxism after the death of Marx by editing, from rough drafts and notes, the second and third volumes of Marx's Das Kapital.
Engels moved to London in 1870 and, after becoming a member of the General Council of the International Workingmen's Association, or First International, began to relieve Marx of the work of directing the council's affairs.
Engels took no direct part in the founding of the Second International in 1889, but his influence in shaping its programs and policies was considerable.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Friedrich Engels
Engels fought in the Baden campaign against the Prussians (June/July 1849) as the aide-de-camp of August Willich, who was leader of a Free Corps in the Baden-Palatinate uprising.
But Engels was soon attracted to the radical Young Hegelians and in 1841 moved to Berlin as a volunteer in the Brigade of Artillery, in part to complete his military service and in part to participate in the intellectual life of the capital.
Engels was the 'first' to say that the proletariat is 'not only' a suffering class; that it is, in fact, the disgraceful economic condition of the proletariat that drives it irresistibly forward and compels it to fight for its ultimate emancipation.
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 Biography of Friedrich Engels
Friedrich Engels was born in 1820 in Barmen, Germany.
Engels would meet Marx in 1842 in Cologne and their friendship would flower in Paris in 1844.
Engels, who was a thinker in his own right, thought Marx the more original, and soon hitched his intellectual wagon to Marx's star.
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 Friedrich Engels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Engels schrieb während der Märzrevolution von 1848 / 49 zusammen mit Marx für die von neu gegründete Neue Rheinische Zeitung und beteiligte sich auch an den Kämpfen in Baden; nach der Niederlage der Märzrevolution ging Engels nach England wo er 1850 die väterliche Fabrik in Manchester verwaltete.
Johann Caspar Engels (* 28.10.1753 in Barmen 20.7.1821 in Barmen) Fabrikbesitzer
Vater: Friedrich Engels (*12.5.1796 in Barum † in Barum) Fabrikbesitzer in Manchester und Barum
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 Friedrich Engels
Friedrich Engels was born on November 28, 1820 in Barmen, Germany.
Engels reveled in the new spirit of the literature which dated from the July revolution, which he claimed was "the finest expression of the will of the people since the wars for independence.
Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx were the first to show the demands of the working class and how the oppression of the bourgeoisie organizes the proletariat.
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 Frederick Engels: 1820-1895
Early in 1847 Engels was approached by Joseph Moll--an emissary from a group of German exiles in London which was to form the basis of the Communist League.
In 1850, lacking finances, Engels was forced to accept his family's proposal to return to what he described as his "dog's trade." For 20 years he was to work as a clerk and then partner in his father's firm in Manchester--to provide both for himself and for Marx and his family in London.
Engels spent the rest of his life ensuring that the greatest work of Marx, the remaining volumes of Capital, were published.
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 Friedrich Engels - Simple English Wikipedia
Friedrich Engels (November 28, 1820–August 5, 1895) was a German political thinker.
Friendrich Engels was born in Germany in 1820.
When Engels was young his father sent him to England to run one of his factories.
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 Engels, Friedrich - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
ENGELS, FRIEDRICH [Engels, Friedrich], 1820-95, German socialist; with Karl Marx, one of the founders of modern Communism.
The intimate intellectual relationship between Marx and Engels leaves little doubt that there was complete harmony of thought between them, although critics have sometimes questioned their full agreement.
Marx's personality has overshadowed that of Engels, but the influence of Engels on the theories of Marxism, and particularly on the elaboration of dialectical materialism, can scarcely be overestimated.
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Friedrich Engels (born November 28 1820, Barmen, Prussia - died August 5 1895, London) was a Socialist philosopher and co-founder (with Karl Marx) of modern Communist theory.
In July 1845 Engels took Karl Marx to England, where he met several of the Chartist leaders including George Harney.
After Marx's death in 1883 Engels devoted the rest of his life to editing and translating Marx's writings.
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 Friedrich Engels
Engels shared Marx's views on capitalism and after their first meeting he wrote that there was virtually "complete agreement in all theoretical fields".
Engels returned to England in December 1847 where he attended a meeting of the Communist League' Central Committee in London.
At the meeting it was decided that the aims of the organisation was "the overthrow of the bourgeoisie, the domination of the proletariat, the abolition of the old bourgeois society based on class antagonisms, and the establishment of a new society without classes and without private property".
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 Friedrich Engels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Friedrich Engels is often eclipsed by the monumental figure of Karl Marx.
Later in his life, however, Engels moves away from this dogmatic approach: "Engels warns the younger generation not to confuse the ideas of his deceased friend, to whom he ascribes in retrospect a rather tolerant sensibility, with the rigid dogmatism of Hegelian philosophy.
Engels was more flexible in his approach: "[the] materialistic method turns into its opposite when it is not used as a guide to historical study but rather as a prefabricated pattern according to which one adjusts the historical facts" (Demetz 141).
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 Lenin: Frederick Engels
Engels was born in 1820 in Barmen, in the Rhine Province of the kingdom of Prussia.
Engels got to know the proletariat in England, in the centre of English industry, Manchester, where he settled in 1842, entering the service of a commercial firm of which his father was a shareholder.
Engels, however, did not succeed in preparing Volume IV for the press and it was first published in German, after being edited by Kautsky, in 1905 and 1910.
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 Friedrich Engels
It was on this date, September 28, 1820, that German political philosopher and Socialist leader Friedrich Engels was born in Barmen, Prussia.
The editor of that journal, Karl Marx, met with Engels in Paris and the two men became lifelong friends — in fact, they were both such severe critics of 19th century capitalism, that Engels wrote that they were in "complete agreement in all theoretical fields." This would, of course, include religion.
Friedrich Engels died in London on 5 August 1895.
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 rbb Preußen-Chronik | Friedrich Engels
Der Sohn des Textilindustriellen Friedrich Engels aus Barmen bei Wuppertal wuchs in einem pietistischen Umfeld auf.
Mit 18 Jahren begann der junge Engels eine kaufmännische Lehre in Bremen.
Vergeblich hoffte Engels auf den Ausbruch einer sozialen Revolution in England, auch in Kontinentaleuropa wankten die alten Mächte nur leicht, bis schließlich die Reaktion erstarkte.
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 Commanding Heights : Friedrich Engels | on PBS
Partnered with Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels is acknowledged as the co-founder of communism, a revolutionary thinker in his own right who wrote on a wide range of topics, from economics to history to literature.
German political economist Friedrich Engels was a co-founder, with Karl Marx, of scientific socialism, now known as communism.
At an early age he was influenced by the works of the radical German poet Heinrich Heine and the German philosopher G.W.F. Hegel, and in 1839 he began writing on literary and philosophical topics for a number of publications.
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 Two Letters of Friedrich Engels
August 5th, 1995 was the death centenary of Friedrich Engels, the co-founder with Karl Marx of the Marxist theory, who made great contributions to the elaboration of dialectical materialism, historical materialism, political economy and scientific communism.
Engels in a letter to August Bebel in Berlin dated 17th November, 1885 noted that state help was being provided to the bourgeoisie which was coming out of the pockets of the workers and peasants.
Engels argued that this should not be opposed but it would be justified only if similar help was approved for the urban and rural workers, especially to establish cooperative farms on the state domains.
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 Friedrich Engels - Biografie WHO'S WHO.
Friedrich Engels lernte bereits in seinen Jugendjahren die Werke des Schriftstellers und Dichters Heinrich Heine und des Philosophen Georg Hegel kennen.
Zur Friedrich Engels` Hauptwerken zählen unter anderem die Verteidigungsschrift „Herrn Eugen Dührings Umwälzung der Wissenschaft“ (1878), „Der Ursprung der Familie, des Privateigentums und des Staates“ (1884) und „Ludwig Feuerbach und der Ausgang der klassischen deutschen Philosophie“ (1886).
Darüber hinaus wandte sich Friedrich Engels auch Themen aus der Mathematik, Militärwissenschaft, den Sprachen, Naturwissenschaften und der Anthropologie zu.
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 Friedrich Engels - Bedeutung, Definition, Erklärung im netlexikon
In dem industriell viel weiter entwickelten England lernt Engels die Realität der Arbeiterklasse kennen, was seine politische Haltung verändert und auf Lebenszeit prägt.
Engels nimmt 1843 in London Kontakt auf mit der ersten revolutionären deutschen Arbeiterorganisation, dem Bund der Gerechten, ebenso mit den englischen Chartisten in Leeds und beginnt für die Zeitung der Owenisten Artikel zu schreiben, die auch in der Zeitung der Chartisten, The Northern Star erscheinen.
Friedrich Engels war als Freund der Familie von Karl Marx dort oft zu Gast und trug sich auch in das Poesiealbum von Jenny Longuet (geb.
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 Biographie Friedrich Engels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Engels wurde von den Eltern aufgezogen, um in die Fußstapfen seines pietistischen Vaters zu treten, eines deutschen Textilfabrikanten.
Engels und Marx trafen sich 1844 in Paris und fanden Übereinstimmung in allen sozialen Fragen.
Nach der fehlgeschlagenen Revolution kehrte Engels nach England zurück und nahm seine Arbeit in der Manchester-Fabrik wieder auf, und wurde ein Partner in der Firma.
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 Philosophers : Friedrich Engels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He and Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto (1848) and other works that predicted the inevitable triumph of the working class.
When the REVOLUTIONS OF 1848 failed, Engels settled in England.
Engels had enormous influence on the theories of MARXISM and DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM.
www.trincoll.edu /depts/phil/philo/phils/engels.html   (153 words)

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