On religion [by] Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Introd. by Reinhold Niebuhr.

; Engels, Friedrich, 1820-1895
New York, Schocken Books [1964] .

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Standard Title Works. Selections. English. 1964
Other Authors Engels, Friedrich, 1820-1895.
Subjects Boerenopstand (1525)
Christendom.
Godsdienst.
Religiekritiek.
Religion -- Controversial literature.
Religion.
Series Schocken paperbacks.
Description 382 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes "SB67."
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages [348]-359).
Summary In this single volume is the best collection of writings on Religion by the two founding fathers of Communism. In it the reader will find the entire arsenal of ideas with which Marx and Engels hoped to explode the religious foundations of all previous societies. Yet also, in these writings - as Reinhold Niebuhr shows in his introduction- "are clues to that remarkable development of which many students have been made aware, of an irreligion transmuted into a new political religion, canonized precisely in the writings of Marx (and the later Lenin) as sacred scripture, and preached ... as the principles for a revolutionary reformation of the social order according to an immutable dogma.
Contents Introduction by Reinhold Niebuhr -- Karl Marx, foreword to thesis: the difference between the natural philosophy of Democritus and the natural philosophy of Epicurus -- Karl Marx, the leading article of No. 179 of Kolnische Zeitung -- Karl Marx, contribution to the critique of Hegel's philosophy of right -- Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, the holy family, or critique of critical criticism -- Karl Marx, theses on Feurbach -- Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, German ideology -- Karl Marx, the communism of the paper rheinischer beobachter -- Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, manifesto of the communist party -- Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, review of G. Fr. Daumer's the religion of the new age -- Frederick Engels, the peasant war in Germany -- Engels to Marx -- Marx to Engels -- Engels to Marx -- Karl Marx, anti-church movement -- demonstration in Hyde Park --Karl Marx, capital -- Frederick Engels, emigrant literature -- Karl Marx, critique of the gotha programme -- Frederick Engels, anti-duhring -- Frederick Engels, dialectics of nature -- Frederick Engels, Bruno Bauer and early Christianity -- Frederick Engels, the book of Revelation -- Frederick Engels, Ludwig Feuerbach and the end of classical German philosophy -- Frederick Engels, juristic socialism -- Engels to Bloch -- Engels to C. Schmidt -- Frederick Engels, on the history of early Christianity.
Genre Controversial literature.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)254928
(OCoLC)ocm00254928
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WorldCat Identities Marx, Karl, 1818-1883.
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