Karl Marx And Max Stirner

Part of the The Boston College Studies in Philosophy book series (BCSP, volume 2)


Among the several puzzles that surround the intellectual development of Karl Marx, there is one which has received relatively little attention in spite of the fact that its solution would be likely to throw significant light upon the origins of Marx’s mature philosophy. I have in mind the fact that only a few months after they had published their first diatribe against the Left Hegelians, The Holy Family, being a Critique of the Critical Critique. Against Bruno Bauer & Co., Marx and Engels began writing another even more voluminous manuscript on the very same subject, The German Ideology, being a Criticism of Recent German Philosophy and its Representatives.


Civil Society Human Species Historical Materialism Revolutionary Action Absolute Knowledge 
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© Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands 1969

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