Professor Simon's outstanding introduction-both philosophically and historically acute-presents a biographical account of Marx, outlines major themes, and places Marx's intellectual development in context. He has also provided introductions to each selection and a select bibliography of important works on Marx.
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Early Philosophical Writings
ExcerptNotes of 1844
Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts
Theses on Feuerbach
Late Political Writings
Critique of the Gotha Program
Marginal Notes on Bakunins Statism and Anarchy
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