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Manifest der Kommunistischen ParteiEin Gespenst Geht Um In Europa Das Gespenst Des Kommunismus So Beginnt Das Kommunistische Manifest Als Karl Marx Und Friedrich Engels Mitte Des 19 Jahrhunderts An Dieser Kurzen, Doch Bahnbrechenden Schrift Arbeiten, Geht Es Ihnen Nicht Um Einen Willk Rlichen Umsturz Der Politischen Verh Ltnisse.Die Revolution Soll Die Folge Einer Geschichtlichen Entwicklung Von Klassenk Mpfen Zwischen Bourgeoisie Und Proletariat Sein Diese Erfolgt Nach Bestimmten Gesetzm Igkeiten Und Hat Den Kommunismus Als Letzte Stufe Zum Ziel.Die Beiden Autoren Entwerfen Die Vision Einer Klassenlosen Und Gerechten Gesellschaft Das Kommunistische Manifest Erscheint 1848 Als Revolution Res Kampfprogramm Des Bundes Der Kommunisten Es Hat Nicht Die Diktatur Des Leninismus Stalinismus Als Ziel.Mit Prophetischer Weitsicht Erkennen Karl Marx Und Friedrich Engels Die Globalisierung Sowie Die Selbstzerst Rerischen Systemimmanenten Mechanismen Des Kapitalismus Das Manifest Endet Mit Dem Ber Hmten Satz Proletarier Aller L Nder, Vereinigt Euch

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  • Paperback
  • 88 pages
  • Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei
  • Karl Marx
  • 13 March 2019
  • 9783741285424

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  1. says:

    Long overdue update 2013 I read this book five years ago and in almost every respect, I have mellowed considerably.You can read my review below It s unchanged You can read the comments below that Also unchanged.I never seriously expected anyone to read this review, much less love or hate it so strongly I am not apologizing for my view of the book or Marx He put his entire life into this slender and influential book, and I respect that I understand a bit about where he was coming from historically, and it doesn t seem as inherently ridiculous as I might have claimed five years ago But I still largely stand by my original take on it What Marx predicts is an oppressive totalitarian regime which would be able to commit all kinds of human rights abuses far too easily I m not OK with that And I don t think it works from a philosophical point of view, mainly because I think it neglects the realities of human nature I think free market capitalism does the exact same thing, though the end results are different Or are they It s funny People commenting here seem to think I m a proponent of free market capitalism I do consider myself a capitalist, but not of...

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    Read this and understand why your imperialist capitalist government spent the better part of a century playing hot potato with ICBMs, invading and incinerating peaceful, peasant countries, and making your mom and dad piss themselves under school desks The elite were scared shitless and by no means would they allow their slaves, errr labor force, a fraction of freedom or equality or means to resist The 60 year propaganda campaign against Communism and the virtual disappearance of strong labor unions prove this.Marx is downright bold in his call f...

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    Communism doesn t work Its ideals are perfectly understandable, justifiable even, but the way it seeks to attain them, that s just terrible In reality communist policy falls apart or isn t fully followed The driving force is to achieve a classless rather than class based society Sounds good on paper doesn t it But in order to achieve such a thing, the manifesto proposes a revolution that will wipe out private property This is than following the march of history Mankind has seen countless revolutions that have failed The Bourgeois ruling class is replaced by the Proletariats working class which then go on to form a new ruling class The difference with communism, and why it will apparently succeed, is that the new rising class will destroy ownership thus, the cycle has been broken there will no longer be any class divides But what s left A power vacuum and a new means to create wealth and ownership Then surely the system just begins anew Surely people just belong to the government even so than before Then there s the total lack of proof There are huge statements in this, huge sweeping...

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    Political power, properly so called, is merely the organised power of one class for oppressing another Karl Marx, The Communist ManifestoVol 20 of my Penguin Little Black Classics Box Set To be clear, I m not giving this 5 stars because I m a Communist just waiting start a revolution not that I m against a good revolution here or there I do come from a religious tradition that experimented in the 1800s with ideas of consecration and communalism They called it the United Order Even with a charismatic leader and the hope of Zion, it was a failed experiment As an economic system, I think there are serious flaws built into Marxism Communism or any of the isms that derived from Marx and Engles ideas That said, there are also SERIOUS flaws with Capitalism, Christianism, etc I think the idea that there is one perfect economic dogma for all levels and all p...

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    This tract by Marx and Engels is too enormous in implication to review fully in the small little space that GR allows, so what I ll do for now is take extracts from it and comment on them, piece by piece.Per the Maifesto Abolition of the family Even the most radical flare up at this infamous proposal of the Communists On what foundation is the present family, the bourgeois family, based On capital, on private gain In its completely developed form this family exists only among the bourgeoisie But this state of things finds its complement in the practical absence of the family among the proletarians, and in public prostitution The bourgeois family will vanish as a matter of course when its complement vanishes, and both will vanish with the vanishing of capital Do you charge us with wanting to stop the exploitation of children by their parents To this crime we plead guilty But, you will say, we destroy the most hallowed of relations, when we replace home education by social And your education Is not that also social, and determined by the social conditions under which you educate, by the intervention, direct or indirect, of society, by means of schools, etc The Communists have not invented the intervention of society in education they do but seek to alter the character of that intervention, and to rescue education from the influenc...

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    What can I say Marx was right Almost.

  8. says:

    It is an error to assume that the problem with humanity is an inability to recognize our own problems While it s true that we constantly look outside for answers, this is just because we are unhappy with the answers we have We know that success requires hard work and knowledge, but we want something easier We will accept an easier answer even when it isn t true We are not motivated by what is true or likely, but by frightening or enticing stories.We are driven away from the necessary and the difficult by our inadequacies and fears, and so rarely move ourselves any closer to fulfillment In a perversity of justice, those who do achieve the things which we imagine would fulfill us wealth, fame, beauty, genius are no fulfilled than the average man, and just as beset by inadequacy and fear Often, so.Transhumanism represents a hope that we can escape this pattern of ignorance and self destruction but only by escaping the human bodies and minds that cannot control themselves.The Manifesto always seemed little than a sad reminder of our failings, though it did motivate people and provided a test of the mettle of humanity Beyond that, it does to rile than to increase understanding of the economy and our role with...

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    Its awful fun to grow up marxist in the US You get to go to meetings where you, as a kid, soon realize there s no point in paying attention so off you go with the other rowdy tots into the ghetto to make trouble with whatever you find to hand.And you get to read this novella and if you re bored and underchallenged but over bothered you can begin to ...

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    One word review disgusting There is so much I could say, and there isn t the space to say it in a review Where do I even begin For starters, the book began on a whining note There were basically two main thrusts first that free trade was so unfair to the poor proletariat second, that the communistic movement had only the interests of the proletariat at heart It was unhindered by nationality or any other interests and existed solely to make the working class successful.What started out as a whining tirade coming from a man who obviously wanted to abolish free trade because it did not suit him as he wished, ended with an abolition of family, home education, patriotism, and marriage.Little sins like self centeredness, sloth, and greediness, if not repented of can lead the heart to seek justification on its own The heart tries to justify itself before the cries of conscience by rationalizing and eventually developing a system consistent with itself and you end up with Sartre, Nietzsche, or Marx with ideas to make yo...

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