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A Ideologia Alemã Pdf
1846, has been highlighted as one of the most important issues in terms of presenting the basis of a new concept of history.
Manifesto Comunista Em Quadrinhos
Hegelian youth movement. (20) It has been suggested that to understand the exhibition it is necessary to look at Germany from an outside perspective.
Critics refused to criticize Hegel’s philosophical system. The whole of German philosophical criticism from Strauss to Stirner arose out of a critique of religious expression. This demand to change consciousness leads to a demand to interpret what exists in a different way. ..] Despite the young Hegelian theory
The only result of this philosophical review is some light, and to a lesser extent, on the history of religion.
Ning An likes it. But as soon as they begin to produce their own nourishment (Lebensmittel) they begin to distinguish themselves from animals. His identity therefore corresponds to his production, to what he produces and to the way he produces it (25).
Alguns Aspectos Da LÓgica, De Hegel, Em O Capital, De Marx
Empirical studies should in every case show the relationship of social and political structures to production in a scientific manner and without mystery and speculation (30). Consciousness cannot be anything other than consciousness, and humanity is its life process (31) This is completely contrary to German philosophy, which descends from heaven to earth, earth, then ascends from earth to heaven, which is not consciousness. defines life, life defines consciousness (32).
Historical, not imaginary, and the result of historical relations, the level of industry, trade, agriculture, exchange … (35).
Renewing the existing world, attacking and changing it by applying what he sees in the world (36) A complex world is not always something given, but the result of enterprise and circumstance. The product, the result of a series of generations that have changed their social order according to different needs (37) Human relations with nature are not isolated subjects. the person
Therefore, he never succeeds in considering the rational world as the totality of the living intelligent actions of the people who create it.
Amor E RevoluÇÃo Na Poesia De MaiakÓvski, Uma Leitura Marxista
When the first need is satisfied, the act of satisfaction and the means already obtained lead to new needs. The Germans never did it, so history has no basis on earth, the French and the English did it, but in a unique way of human reproduction.
Social relations. Whether one’s own, through work, or through the reproduction of others, the production of life immediately appears as a two-way relation: on the one hand as a natural relation, on the other as an element of social relations (42 -43). In principle it is a material relation between men, necessitated by needs and means of production, and as old as man itself (43). Language is essentially practical consciousness (44). Language is born, like a sense of need, an organic need to exchange with other men. Therefore, it is from the beginning a social product, consciousness and consciousness of nature.
Emancipation of conscience and this theory, theology, philosophy, ethics, etc., even if it is against the prevailing relations, it can happen because the prevailing social relations are against the forces of production. There, production, the state. Society and consciousness can and must oppose each other, because in the division of labor, opportunity is given, in addition, spiritual work and material work, products and work, production and consumption belong to different people. ; And the possibility of not falling into contradiction exists only by overcoming the division of labor (46).
[…] Every class that wants to dominate must, as the proletariat does, overcome political power in general to overcome all forms of social-community and the government in general. A discussion of the works of Marx and Engels, the influence of Grundisse’s publication, manuscripts of 1844, 1861 – 1863, Chapter VI – unpublished, etc. cannot be denied. and German theory.
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The publication of the manuscripts caused great confusion, contrary to what people had expected, the ideas of Marx and Engels were likely to be better understood. Without paying attention to the great progress (Lukács, Meszaros, etc.), the result was more difficult than explanation: it is like Marx and Engels for every translator of his work.
And one reason for this confusion is the habit of many people to compare manuscripts with published works, without any difference or conflict between them.
The reader faces the same problem when he has this new version of the German theory in hand. Marx and Engels considered the text inappropriate and welcomed it rather than publish it at the end of their lives. Many of his presentations, numerous conclusions, analyzes of specific historical processes were later analyzed more clearly, sometimes with new historical elements, rendering several lines of this manuscript obsolete. When the reader is confronted with the contradiction between German Ideology and, for example, Book I of Capital, they must be aware that Marx and Engels were aware of this and, for this reason, wanted to publish and allow the latter text. Rodents. Criticizes a beautiful manuscript of German theory.
However, it is a fundamental text for knowledge of Marx and Engels. In it we find one of the first drafts of the development of historical considerations, workplaces and modes of production, development and the relationship between -community and the composition of each. And with the convenience of easy-to-read text even for beginners. It is not without reason that German theory dominates almost all studies of the development of the two great revolutionaries. (Sergio Lessa) The aim of German Ideology was to criticize the Young Hegelians. For Marx, the Hegelian idealist system was criticized by Hegel’s later disciples, represented by Feuerbach, Bruno Bauer and Max Stirner, but the fundamentalist positions were not rejected. That is, they accepted the belief that the real world is a product of the ideal world. If ideas determine the physical world and actual human relationships,German theory may have reduced human history to mere speculation or inference. But, the actual state of the government