Author: Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels
Number Of Pages: 80
Package Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.0 x 0.3 inches
Release Date: 01-08-2021
Details: Product Description “The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.” Outlining the theory of communism by Marx and Engels, this political document explains the material conception of history and presents their theories and ideas of how in due course socialism would replace the capitalist society of the time. It discusses the relationship between the proletarians and the bourgeoisie, the Communists and the proletarians, and the Communists and other opposition parties. The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels is one of the most important political documents of the world. This monumental text continues to remain influential and widely read. About the Author An economist, sociologist, philosopher, journalist, historian, and revolutionary, Karl Marx was born to a middle-class Jewish family in Trier on May 5, 1818. Marx completed his doctoral thesis, titled The Difference Between the Democritean and Epicurean Philosophy of Nature, in 1841, and submitted it to the University of Jena. He was awarded a Ph.D. in April 1841. In 1844, Marx befriended Friedrich Engels, the German socialist, and became a revolutionary communist. Marx’s The Poverty of Philosophy was published in 1847. Marx and Engels published The Communist Manifesto, a political pamphlet summarizing their theories about the nature of society and politics, in 1848. One of the most important political documents of the world, this monumental text is highly influential and continues to remain widely read. The first volume, Capital, Volume I, of his magnum opus Capital (Das Kapital) was published in 1867. Marx continued to work on the remaining two volumes which were published after his death by Engels. Capital, Volume II was published in 1885 and Capital, Volume III in 1894. Considered to be his masterwork, Capital has been translated into all the major languages. Marx died in London on March 14, 1883, aged sixty-four.