Reader in Marxist Philosophy

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Howard Selsam, Harry Martel
International Publishers Co, 1963 - Socialism - 384 pages
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The basic philosophical thought of Marx, Engels and Lenin gathered together in the categories customary to Western philosophy.
 

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Contents

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
17
How SOCIALISM BECAME
26
THE THREE COMPONENT PARTS OF MARXISM
37
PART
45
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN MATERIALISM IN FRANCE
53
THE RELATION OF AGNOSTICISM MATERIALISM
61
NONPARTISANSHIP
78
DOES THE NEW PHYSICS REFUTE MATERIALISM?
85
Engels Ludwig Feuerbach
196
THE ECONOMIC ELEMENT NOT THE ONLY DETERMINING
204
CONTRADICTION
211
HISTORICAL MATERIALISM
218
PART
224
FEUERBACHS IDEALIST APPROACH TO RELIGION
231
ON THOMAS CARLYLE
234
THE DECAY OF RELIGIOUS AUTHORITY
240

DIALECTICS AND THE DIALECTICAL METHOD
94
SCIENTIFIC VERSUS SCHEMATIC USE OF DIALECTICS
108
DIALECTICS AND FORMAL LOGIC
114
CHANCE AND NECESSITY
119
THE UNITY AND CONFLICT OF OPPOSITES
130
PART FOUR
138
WHAT is OBJECTIVE TRUTH? 145 Lenin ibid
152
A Conditional versus Unconditional Truth
157
ROLE OF PRODUCTION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF
169
Engels Letter to Conrad Schmidt
179
DEFINITIONS ABSTRACTIONS AND REALITY
180
THE BASIS OF SOCIAL LIFE
186
PART SEVEN
248
EVOLUTION OF THE IDEA OF EQUALITY
256
Marx Critique of the Gotha Program
263
FROM BLIND NECESSITY TO FREEDOM
271
APPENDIX I
277
RELIGION PHILOSOPHY PROLETARIAN REVOLUTION
283
A THEOLOGIAN FROM THE BEGINNING
294
ATOMIC INDIVIDUALS AND SOCIETY
310
THE MYSTERY
318
APPENDIX II
325
SOURCES
365
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