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mobi Ï doc Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei Free ↠ Karl Marx Í ➹ [Download] ➵ Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei By Karl Marx ➼ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Manifeste du parti communiste — Wikipdia The Communist Manifesto Wikipedia fr Manifest der Kommunistischen ParteE Manifest Karl Marx und Friedrich Engels schrieben zusammen eines der einflussreichsten Werke der modernen Geschichte Zwischen Industrialisierung Verstdterung und s Karl MarxFriedrich Engels Manifest der Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei Geschrieben im Dezember Januar Gedruckt und als Einzelbroschre im FebruarMrz in London erschienen Der vorliegenden Ausgabe liegt der Text der letzten von Friedrich Engels besorgten deutschen Ausgabe von zugrunde Inhalt Vorwort deutsche Ausgabe Vorrede englische Ausgabe Vorwort deutsche Ausgabe das Manifest der kommunistischen Partei Traduction en Ein Manifest der Revolutionren Kommunistischen Partei USA sowie in anderen wichtigen Dokumenten unserer Partei haben wir versucht aus der historischen Erfahrung der kommunistischen Revolution und den daraus hervorgegangenen sozialistischen Gesellschaften die sehr realen und groen Errungenschaften und auch die ernstlichen Fehler und Rckschlge die entscheidenden Lehren so tief Manifest der kommunistischen Partei to go Es muss ja nicht gleich „Das Kapital“ sein Man kann auch ganz klein anfangen bei der Marx und Engels Lektre Pnktlich zum Geburtstag des groen Phil Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei Projekt Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei Ein Gespenst geht um in Europa – das Gespenst des Kommunismus Alle Mchte des alten Europa haben sich zu einer heiligen Hetzjagd gegen dies Gespenst verbndet der Papst und der Zar Metternich und Guizot franzsische Radikale und deutsche Polizisten Wo ist die Oppostitionspartei die nicht von ihren regierenden Gegnern als kommunistisch verschrien Kommunistisches Manifest in Geschichte | Das „ Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei “ wie der Titel des schmalen Bchleins exakt lautete enthielt die ersten wesentlichen Grundgedanken der Theorie des Marxismus ber den politischen Kampf der Arbeiterklasse gegen die kapitalistischen Verhltnisse Erst mit seinen spteren Werken vor allem mit dem „Kapital“ versuchte KARL MARX dann dem politischen Kampf der 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 piecePer 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 influence of the ruling class The bourgeois clap trap about the family and education about the hallowed co relation of parent and child becomes all the disgusting the by the action of Modern Industry all family ties among the proletarians are torn asunder and their children transformed into simple articles of commerce and instruments of labour Marx and Engels are here addressing a snapshot in time of European history I don't have much knowledge of conditions during the industrial revolution in the rest of Europe but have researched the situation relatively extensively as it was in Britain as a background to a lot of criticism that was launched against the status uo by a lot of Victorian writers of fictionIn the feudal system labor did not remove laborers from their families at all in fact it rather strengthened family ties since most of what can be seen as the proletariat of feudal times were indebted laborers on the fiefdom of their feudal lordSo the only labor which compromised the family situation was the kind of labor done by men women and children in mines and factories during the industrial revolution from around 1750 to the early 1900's If you read up on reforms in Britain you will see that by about 1831 public outcries against child labor and the conditions that adults and children were made to work under in mines caused public commissions to be instituted by government which started a slow and gradual reform of conditions via legislation to the point that all kinds of laborers are pretty well protected and well represented at the present dayIronically the big bad fat cats these days are not the kind that deal with direct labor but rather the type who deal inwith secondary products like financial products and services By services we do not mean of the labour kind that Marx addressed Marx was addressing the kind of workers who were exploited in mines and factoriesNote that the industrial revolution although it started off bringing such untold misery to so many also had the following effect average income and population began to exhibit unprecedented sustained growth In the two centuries following 1800 the world's average per capita income increased over tenfold while the world's population increased over sixfold Finally it was within the grasp of those born outside of nobility to make a decent living for themselves A lot of workplace reform has taken place since the IR started and not through rabble rousers like Marx but because people with a conscience raised their voices and cried out against the injustices being done by capitalists against fellow human beings Authors like Charles Dickens for instance and Victor Hugo helped to encourage the privileged to look upon their less fortunate brethren with greater sympathy and to call for social reform in the name of conscienceso Karl Marx is being a great opportunist here At a time when history and society is in great flux and inner revolution when a new era is dawning and social conscience still needs to become cognizant of the suffering of some of the members of society Karl Marx exploits the situation ironically by making use of the exploitation by one element of society of anotherIt is the poor and the ignorant that is being exploited and Karl Marx exploits their helplessness ignorance and gullibility to shout for revolution instead of evolution Marx and Engels call for violence where no violence is necessary because peaceful change was already taking place in any casePer the manifesto But you Communists would introduce community of women screams the whole bourgeoisie in chorus The bourgeois sees in his wife a mere instrument of production He hears that the instruments of production are to be exploited in common and naturally can come to no other conclusion than that the lot of being common to all will likewise fall to the women He has not even a suspicion that the real point is to do away with the status of women as mere instruments of production For the rest nothing is ridiculous than the virtuous indignation of our bourgeois at the community of women which they pretend is to be openly and officially established by the Communists The Communists have no need to introduce community of women; it has existed almost from time immemorial Our bourgeois not content with having the wives and daughters of their proletarians at their disposal not to speak of common prostitutes take the greatest pleasure in seducing each other's wives Bourgeois marriage is in reality a system of wives in common and thus at the most what the Communists might possibly be reproached with is that they desire to introduce in substitution for a hypocritically concealed an openly legalised community of women For the rest it is self evident that the abolition of the present system of production must bring with it the abolition of the community of women springing from that system ie of prostitution both public and privateThe implication is obvious According to the authors the implication is that marriage is a bourgeois patriarchal institution for the exploitation of women a form of prostitution You would think that anybody who is even in the slightest familiar with history would be able to see immediately how fallacious and false such an accusation is since marriage is a social institution that evolved gradually over many centuries but has always been something that protected rather than exploited women Remember for centuries and centuries women had no recourse save sexual abstinence for which the best path was to become a nun against falling pregnant Women had exactly three choices Be a prostitute be a nun or have the protection of marriage where you could at least have the privilege of raising your children in a protected environment and in which the father of the child had the responsibility to care for the children and their mother on a material levelIt is only through birth control which we at last have 99% effective technology for that woman is emancipated from the hearth and can take her place next to males as a fully economically productive partner since she doesn't have to be tied down in a perpetual cycle of pregnancy childbirth and nursing anyThis has nothing to do with the bourgeoisie except that it was people out of the horrible terrible ranks of those dastardly bourgeoisie that modern medicine was developed modern medicine which keeps child and maternal mortality at bay has brought better health to people of all walks and stations in life and has given us the technology to be able to choose when we do or don't have children except if you let The Pope tell you of courseI have an overwhelming feeling that Marx was simply exploiting women's emancipation movements to gain supporters for Communism when he says the following He has not even a suspicion that the real point is to do away with the status of women as mere instruments of production Yes women were being marginalized but by the fact that we were excluded from property holding rights something Marx scorns in any case and from having an eual right to vote something else which he scorns tooLet's analyze this carefullyHow are bourgeois males exploiting women by marrying themby having sex with them and expecting of them to have childrenbut it is usually women who want children in the first place Certainly in feudal times children sons were deemed an essential item for males to acuire in order to continue the family line but since the human species would discontinue should women stop having children calling it an exploitation of women by men sounds like a rather strange roundabout way of putting thingsCertainly in the time that capitalism has steadfastly taken root children have become really of a liability financially speaking than a prizeand calling a married woman of a prostitute than an unmarried woman would be who will still be used for sex just this time by the entire mob instead of her husband unless the married woman decides to swing which will be HER decision to cuckold her husband unless they both agree to swing just sounds a bit crazyIn fact if you think about it it is Marx who is making the implication that women are mere objects property to be owned like cows or camels by suggesting that they will be seen as fair game community of women as he puts it having a similar meaning to community of property under Communist ruleI just can't help finding his attitude massively patronizing and insulting both towards men and women as much as I decry the patriarchy of the past because Marx himself is speaking with the very voice of patriarchy and sexism that he supposedly decries He speaks their language the language of the white supremacist patriarchal 'master'Also from the manifesto The education of all childrenfrom the moment that they can get along without a mother's care shall be in state institutions at state expense and our children must be taken away from us and brought up in some state institution See Communist Party Education Workers Congress Communist uotes We must create out of the younger generation a generation of Communists We must turn children who can be shaped like wax into real good Communists We must remove the children from the crude influence of their families We must take them over and to speak frankly nationalize them From the first days of their lives they will be under the healthy influence of Communist children's nurseries and schools There they will grow up to be real CommunistsIt is generally accepted knowledge that institutionalized care away from any sort of notion of family is psychologically unhealthy for childrenSee Marx wants to pull down the very fabric of society to the point of removing even the notion of family to remove from children the prerogative of having your own mother and father of having brothers and sisters and instead humans must become cogs in the wheel of Communism mindless automatons who have no individuality no sense of selfNo thanks I don't buy into the hive mind insect think This review is a work in progress so to follow soonEDIT Dear reader if you feel you need to comment please take the time to read the discussion thread below first these issues and even regarding Marxism Communism etc are discussed EXTENSIVELY in the comment thread below and I fear that comments are starting to become repetitive with clear indications that commentors are not bothering to check if their arguments might already have been discussed a few times over Unfortunately all that is discussed cannot be worked into the review itself since GR limits review space and this is a HUGE subjectI'd also like to mention that I am absolutely to a large extent a fan of Socialism in general and a great fan of the Scandinavian mixed system What I am criticizing in this review is specifically this document 'The Communist Manifesto' and not Socialism itselfI promise to make time soon to work of the discussions into the review itself but some very well read and intelligent Marxian apologists have commented so it might be worth your time to read the discussions in any caseThanks

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Manifest der Kommunistischen ParteiManifeste du parti communiste Wikipdia The Communist Manifesto Wikipedia fr Manifest der eBook #9734 Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei Marx Das Manifest der Kommunisten Partei ist eine international angesehene Kampfschrift der Kommunisten Sie enthlt die Essenz der Kommunisten und bringt diese durch eine mehr oder wenig schwierige Sprache an den Mann Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei – Wikipedia Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei ibiblio Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei ProletarierallerLndervereinigteuch KarlMarx FriedrichEngels ’ ‰ ‚ • SCHLIESSEN BEENDEN VOLLBILDANSICHT F FRIEDRICH ENGELS KARL MARX Manifestder Kommunistischen Partei Vorwort deutsche Ausgabe Seite von SUCHEN INHALTSVERZEICHNIS LESEZEICHEN VORWORT DEUTSCHE AUSGABE KarlMarx FriedrichEngels Der Bund der Karl Marx u Friedrich Engels Manifest d Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei Februar das Manifest der kommunistischen Partei Traduction en Ein Manifest der Revolutionren Kommunistischen Partei USA sowie in anderen wichtigen Dokumenten unserer Partei haben wir versucht aus der historischen Erfahrung der kommunistischen Revolution und den daraus hervorgegangenen sozialistischen Gesellschaften die sehr realen und groen Errungenschaften und auch die ernstlichen Fehler und Rckschlge die entscheidenden Lehren so tief Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei ibiblio Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei F Engels K Marx den Parteiorganisation der Arbeiterklasse gegenber den praktischen Erfahrungen zuerst der Februarrevolution und noch weit mehr der Pa riser Kommune wo das Proletariat zum erstenmal zwei Monate lang die politische Gewalt innehatte ist heute dies Programm stellenwei se veraltet Namentlich hat die Kommune den Beweis geliefert da Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei Projekt Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei Ein Gespenst geht um in Europa – das Gespenst des Kommunismus Alle Mchte des alten Europa haben sich zu einer heiligen Hetzjagd gegen dies Gespenst verbndet der Papst und der Za Long overdue update 2013 I read this book five years ago and in almost every respect I have mellowed considerablyYou can read my review below It's unchanged You can read the comments below that Also unchangedI 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 theyIt'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 the lassiez faire varietyits track record is poor as far as I'm concerned I'm not Whereas on other posts and comment threads on this same site I've been accused of being a socialist Now that's funnyAnywayDisclaimer I read this book with a heavy bias against Marxist thought That being said I like to think of myself as a logical person so I have framed my thoughts as logically as possible instead of in the 'Communists are bad They just are' line of reasoning That being saidThe spectre of Communism is still haunting the worldit has diedSuffice it to say that I was sorely disappointed with Marx's argument So much so that I fail to believe that anyone over the age of twenty one could take him seriously even on a theoretical basis Perhaps a century and a half of perspective is to blame Maybe I'm missing a dimension of Marx's argument It could simply be that the manifesto is a by product of the industrial revolution that looks uite silly in post industrial AmericaSumming up Marx in two sentences Class struggle is the defining injustice and condition of human society We the proletariat must rise up through a violent and sudden revolution and overthrow our capitalist oppressorsLet me get this straight We're going to overcome class struggle by perpetrating a class war against the bourgoisie If a major goal of communism is to eradicate social classes why does it temporarily aim to establish the proletariat as the ruling classOh right Becauase once the proletariat gains power it will someday voluntarily abdicate said power for the greater good of society As Mugatu said about Zoolander when he points out that all of the latter's 'looks' are actually the same I feel like I'm taking crazy pills It makes little rational senseNow onto specific arguments regarding Marx's generally applicable measures that must be established by the proletariat after the violent overthrow of capitalism It's pretty scary actuallyNo ownership of land a heavy income tax no rights of inheritance seizure of all property from rebels whatever that meanspresumably political enemies and emigrants centralized credit and capital in the hands of the state state ownership of the means of transportation and communication establishment of 'industrial armies' euitable distribution of the populace in town and country and an abolition of child labor with concurrent establishment of public education actually that last point I agree withSuch a strategy will ALWAYS lead to a totalitarian government that needlessly and wantonly causes suffering and economic hardship for the vast majority of its citizensI have yet to hear anybody move beyond theoretical praise of Marxism Even the most ardent supporters will be forced to conclude that in real life the Marxist state is not preferred over the capitalist state because there is still an ineuitible division of power between the ruling class and the common man And the 'evil capitalism' that they rail against is actually the governmental imperialism of capitalist states not the economic structure of said stateThe argument against capitalism is too much capital in the hands of too few But Marxism advocates all capital be concentrated in the hands of a totalitarian regime that gives too little to the vast majority