Marxism is the political practice and social theory based on the works of Karl Marx, a nineteenth-century philosopher, economist, journalist, and revolutionary, along with Friedrich Engels. Marx drew on Hegel's philosophy, the political economy of Adam Smith, Ricardian economics, and nineteenth-century French socialism to develop a critique of society which he claimed was both scientific and revolutionary. This critique achieved its most systematic (if unfinished) expression in his masterpiece, Capital: A Critique of Political Economy (Das Kapital).
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This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.
Pages in category "Marxism"
The following 93 pages are in this category, out of 93 total.
- Capital: Critique of Political Economy
- Centrist Marxism
- Chinese New Left
- Christian theological praxis
- College for Advanced Studies in Social Theory
- Commune (socialism)
- Marxism and religion
- Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist–Leninist)
- Creative destruction
- Critical management studies
- Criticism of communism
- Marx's method
- Marxian class theory
- Marxism and the National Question
- Marxist criminology
- Marxist film theory
- Marxist geography
- Marxist international relations theory
- Marxist literary criticism
- Marxist sociology
- Marxist–Leninist atheism
- Marxists Internet Archive
- Materialism and Empirio-criticism
- Means of production
- Mediation (Marxist theory and media studies)
- User:Traveler/Militant atheism