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  Karl Marx, 1818-1883
Marx was expelled from Paris at the end of 1844 and with Engels, moved to Brussels where he remained for the next three years, visiting England where Engels' family had cotton spinning interests in Manchester.
Marx's paper was suppressed and he sought refuge in London in May 1849 to begin the "long, sleepless night of exile" that was to last for the rest of his life.
Marx died March 14, 1883 and was buried at Highgate Cemetery in North London.
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  Karl Marx: Tutte le informazioni su Karl Marx su Encyclopedia.it   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ma poco tempo dopo Marx viene espulso anche dalla Francia poiché il governo francese non tollerava gli scritti rivoluzionari (soprattutto i Manoscritti economico filosofici nei quali Marx descriveva l'alienazione del lavoro industrializzato); in questo periodo si era iscritto da poco alla Lega dei giusti iniziando a collaborare con il giornale comunista "Vorwarts".
Marx si rifugia quindi a Bruxelles che a quei tempi era una città fra le più tolleranti e dotata di una politica meno confusa.
Marx, nonostante questi eventi tumultuosi, continua nella sua attività di analisi della società del suo tempo e redige il programma e lo statuto, oltre che un indirizzo di saluto, della Prima Internazionale dei lavoratori appena fondata (1863).
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 Karl Marx - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marx's father was actually born Herschel Mordechai, but when the Prussian authorities would not allow him to continue practicing law as a Jew, he joined the official denomination of the Prussian state, Lutheranism, which accorded him advantages, as one of a small minority of Lutherans in a predominantly Roman Catholic region.
Karl Marx was married to Jenny von Westphalen, the educated daughter of a baron in Germany.
Marx generally lived a hand-to-mouth existence, forever at the limits of his resources, although it is worth noting that this did extend to some spending on relatively bourgeois luxuries, which he felt were necessities for his wife and children given their social status and the mores of the time.
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 Karl Marx and informal education
Marx and Engels characterize the growth of the working class as a "more or less veiled civil war raging within existing society" but unlike previous historical movements which were minority movements, the working class movement is "the self-conscious independent movement of the immense majority, in the interests of the immense majority".
Karl Marx made it clear that "life is not determined by consciousness, but consciousness by life" and what he meant by life was actual living everyday material activity.
Marx explained that "each new class which puts itself in the place of the one ruling before it, is compelled, simply in order to achieve its aims, to represent its interest as the common interest of all members of society i.e.
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 Karl Marx (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Marx's economic analysis of capitalism is based on his version of the labour theory of value, and includes the analysis of capitalist profit as the extraction of surplus value from the exploited proletariat.
Karl Marx was born in Trier, in the German Rhineland, in 1818.
Marx wanted to distance himself from this tradition of utopian thought, and the key point of distinction was to argue that the route to understanding the possibilities of human emancipation lay in the analysis of historical and social forces, not in morality.
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 Karl Marx
Karl Marx (1818-1883) was born on May 5, 1818 in the German city of Trier.
Marx's analysis and critique of religion is perhaps one of the most famous and most quoted by theist and atheist alike.
Marx actually said very little about religion directly; in all of his writings, he hardly ever addresses religion in a systematic fashion, even though he touches on it frequently in books, speeches and pamphlets.
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 Karl Marx - MSN Encarta
Karl Heinrich Marx was born on May 5, 1818, into a comfortably middle-class family in the city of Trier, Germany.
Marx contributed the central propositions of the Manifesto, which embody the materialist conception of history, or historical materialism.
Marx made the inaugural address, wrote the statutes of the International and subsequently directed the work of its general council or governing body.
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 Lecture 24: The Age of Ideologies (2): Reflections on Karl Marx
The desire to read Marx was not so much due to the intrinsic quality of the works as it was to the growth of the notoriety of the movement to which Marx and Engels appended their names, i.e., socialism and communism.
Marx was a theorist -- Marx was an intellectual.
KARL MARX (1818-1883) was an insensitive man -- he was not that concerned about the feelings of those individuals with whom he came in contact.
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 The Philosophy of Karl Marx
Karl Marx (picture) was born on May 5, 1818 and died on March 14, 1883.
Marx belonged to the Hegelian school, which had split into a "left" and a "right" by the time Marx was studying at the University of Berlin.
Marx firmly supported Feurerbach but simultaneously came under the influence of scientific materialism which was spreading at the time; this explains his enthusiasm for science, his profound and ingenious belief in progress, and his prejudice in favor of Darwinian evolutionism.
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 Karl Marx
Karl Marx, the son of Hirschel and Henrietta Marx, was born in Trier, Germany, in 1818.
Marx claimed that as a class, the proletariat will gradually become "disciplined, united and organised by the very mechanism of the process of capitalist production" and eventually will overthrow the system that is the cause of their suffering.
Karl Marx was also devastated by the death of his eldest daughter in January 1883 from cancer of the bladder.
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 Karl Marx
Karl Marx, the son of Hirschel and Henrietta Marx, was born in Trier, Germany, in 1818.
Marx claimed that as a class, the proletariat will gradually become "disciplined, united and organised by the very mechanism of the process of capitalist production" and eventually will overthrow the system that is the cause of their suffering.
Karl Marx was also devastated by the death of his eldest daughter in January 1883 from cancer of the bladder.
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 Karl Marx
Karl Marx was born on May 5, 1818, in the city of Trier in Rheinish Prussia.
Marx and Bruno Bauer were invited to be the chief contributors, and in October 1842 Marx became editor-in-chief and moved from Bonn to Cologne.
Marx was the heart and soul of this organization, and author of its first address and of a host of resolutions, declaration and manifestos.
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 Religion of Karl Marx: Jewish Lutheran turned atheist Marxist
Karl Marx founded Marxism, which is widely known as an influential political and economic system, but which is also a religion from a sociological perspective.
Karl Marx was born in Trier, an ancient German city in the Rhineland...
Marx's writings form the theoretical basis of Communism, and in view of the extraordinary growth of that movement in the twentieth century, it is clear that he deserves a high place on this list [of the 100 most influential persons in world history].
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 Karl Marx | Economic/Political Philosopher
Karl Marx was born on May 5, 1818 in the city of Trier, Germany.
Marx was banished from Paris in 1845 as a dangerous revolutionary.
Marx was a central figure in the new organization, and author of its first statement, and a host of resolutions, declarations and manifestos.
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 Karl Marx
Karl Marx, the son of Hirschel and Henrietta Marx, was born in Trier, Germany, in 1818.
Marx claimed that as a class, the proletariat will gradually become "disciplined, united and organised by the very mechanism of the process of capitalist production" and eventually will overthrow the system that is the cause of their suffering.
Karl Marx was also devastated by the death of his eldest daughter in January 1883 from cancer of the bladder.
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 GradeSaver: ClassicNote: Biography of Karl Marx
Karl Heinrich Marx was born on May 5th, 1818 in the city of Trier, Germany to a comfortable middle-class, Jewish family.
Marx enjoyed a broad, secular education under his father, and found an intellectual mentor in Freiherr Ludwig von Westphalen, a Prussian nobleman with whom Marx discussed the great literary and philosophical figures of his day.
Eventually, Marx realized that the revolution was not imminent, and he withdrew from his associations, burying himself in the British Museum to research the history of class conflict.
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 Karl Marx - The Person   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Karl Marx, the eldest son of Heinrich and Henrietta Marx, was born on May 5, 1818 in the Rhenish city of Trier, where his father practiced law and later rose to become head of the bar.
Marx's father, the first in his line to receive a secular education, had broken with the world of the ghetto and had become a disciple of the Enlightenment--of Leibniz and Voltaire, of Kant and Lessing.
Although Marx was early repelled by his father's subservience to governmental authority and the high and mighty, the intellectual bonds that had been created between father and son began to be severed only in the last year of the father's life, when the son became a Young Hegelian rebel at Berlin University.
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 The Electronic Passport to Karl Marx and Communism
Karl Marx was a German, but his ideas changed Russian history.
Marx was dismayed by the treatment of workers in Europe.
Marx did not believe in god and thought workers were controlled by religion.
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 Karl Marx, Biography: The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics: Library of Economics and Liberty
Marx died in London in 1883 in somewhat impoverished surroundings, never having held a job in England and relying on Engels for financial support.
Marx held that history was a series of class struggles between owners of capital (capitalists) and workers (the proletariat).
Marx wrote extensively about the economic causes of this process in Capital, with volume one published in 1867 and the later two volumes, heavily edited by Engels, published posthumously in 1885 and 1894.
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 Karl Marx
Marx was the genius who continued and completed the three main ideological currents of the nineteenth century, belonging to the three most advanced countries of mankind: classical German philosophy, classical English political economy, and French socialism together with French revolutionary doctrines in general.
Marx regarded the historic and "epoch-making" importance of Feuerbach to be that he had resolutely broken away from Hegelian idealism and had proclaimed materialism, which already "in the eighteenth century, especially in France, had been a struggle not only against the existing political institutions and against.
Causality and Teleology (Vienna, 1909, in Marx-Studies) and Marx As a Thinker.
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 The Philosophy of Karl Marx
Karl Marx (picture) was born on May 5, 1818 and died on March 14, 1883.
Marx belonged to the Hegelian school, which had split into a "left" and a "right" by the time Marx was studying at the University of Berlin.
Marx firmly supported Feurerbach but simultaneously came under the influence of scientific materialism which was spreading at the time; this explains his enthusiasm for science, his profound and ingenious belief in progress, and his prejudice in favor of Darwinian evolutionism.
www.radicalacademy.com /philmarx.htm   (2993 words)

  
 Marx, Karl
Her diskuterer Marx spørgsmålet om sammenhængen mellem menneskerettigheder, statsborgerskab og emancipation (frigørelse), og viser at han har sine rødder i en klassisk republikansk demokratitradition, som han dog kritisk overskrider ved at påvise privatejendommens begrænsning for en virkelig frigørelse.
Marx' analytiske og metodiske konstruktion af den enkle cirkulation og vareform som en forudsætning for udvikling af værditeorien blev af Engels konsekvent opfattet som en historisk baseret teori om den enkle eller førkapitalistiske vareproduktion - dvs.
Marx' liv var først og fremmest præget af hans politiske aktiviteter og hans kamp for at gennemføre den enorme arbejde med teoretisk og historisk at analysere den moderne kapitalisme.
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 The Pillars of Unbelief - Karl Marx
Marx, like Moses, is the prophet who leads the new Chosen People, the proletariat, out of the slavery of capitalism into the Promised Land of communism across the Red Sea of bloody worldwide revolution and through the wilderness of temporary, dedicated suffering for the party, the new priesthood.
Marx says, “The theory of communism may be summed up in the single phrase: abolition of private property.” In fact, the only societies in history that have ever successfully practiced communism are monasteries, kibbutzes, tribes and families (which Marx also wanted to abolish).
Marx's faith that the state would “wither away” of its own accord once it had eliminated capitalism and put communism in its place has proved to be astonishingly naive.
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