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Karl Marx’s Interpretation of History

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ISBN 9780674501508

Publication Date: 01/01/1948

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  • Part I. The Material Basis of History
    • I. Technique and the Mode of Production
    • II. The Dialectic
    • III. The Bases of History up to the Present
  • Part II. The Human Element in History
    • IV. Marx’s View of Human Nature
    • V. The Class and Class Struggle
  • Part III. The Ideological Element in History
    • VI. The Derivation of Ideas
    • VII. The Nature of Institutions
    • VIII. Science and Philosophy
  • Part IV. The Trend of History
    • IX. Marx’s Concept of Capitalism
    • X. The Basic Principles of Capitalism
    • XI. The Weakness of Capitalism
    • XII. Marx’s Theories of Crises
    • XIII. The Transition to Communism
    • XIV. Marx and Economic Calculation
  • Part V. Critical Observations of Marx’s Theory
    • XV. A Summary of the Crucial Claims of the Theory
    • XVI. Observations on the Economic Substructure
    • XVII. Observations on Institutions
    • XVIII. Observation on Ideas
    • XIX. The Significance of the Theory
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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