One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The political and economic theories of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, later developed by their followers to form the basis of communism.
- ‘It is based, of course, on a complete rejection of Marxism and genuine socialism.’
- ‘In reality, he lost any connection to Bolshevism and Marxism many decades before he died.’
- ‘When he did this the petitioner also handed him a pamphlet on Marxism and Trotskyism.’
- ‘So many young people learned about Marxism and the revolutionary tradition from discussions with him.’
- ‘For Lenin, Marxism was not a dogma but a tool for change - and so was the party.’
- ‘I had learned a little about Marxism in a course on the economics of health care.’
- ‘And this characteristic of Marxism is a universal truth, unaffected by culture.’
- ‘Does this account for the stagnation in Marxism doctrine which has been noticeable for a good many years?’
- ‘Above all he patiently passed on his knowledge of Marxism and the revolutionary tradition to groups of younger people.’
- ‘Such forms of struggle have a role to play, but they are not a substitute for the explicit fight for Marxism.’
- ‘A genuine unity of theory and practice may require a greater unity of Marxism and liberal equality.’
- ‘We'd like to think that there's a whole lot more to socialism, and to Marxism, than that.’
- ‘That strategy was essential for the growth of socialism and Marxism in Scotland.’
- ‘It also provides an accessible introduction to an under-explored area in the development of Marxism.’
- ‘That turned people my age to more social issues, to reading books, to more radical ideas, to Marxism.’
- ‘The novel focuses on the conflicts between atheism and theism, Leninism and Marxism.’
- ‘Engels was the lifelong collaborator of Karl Marx and systematizer of Marxism.’
- ‘Here he continued the struggle to apply Marxism in an analysis of contemporary capitalism.’
- ‘The other option was to go back to a theory like Marxism which aims to be all-inclusive.’
- ‘Trotsky soon learnt that there was more to Marxism than that, but he always used it creatively to analyse new problems.’
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