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Capital [Das Kapital] by Karl Marx (Paperback)

Capital [Das Kapital] by Karl Marx (Paperback)

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Delve into the groundbreaking work of one of history's most influential thinkers with "Das Kapital" by Karl Marx. Known worldwide as a leading figure in social and political philosophy, Marx laid the groundwork for modern communism through his thought-provoking ideas. In this monumental work, Marx dissects the capitalist mode of production, presenting a comprehensive critique of its economic patterns and predicting the inevitable conflicts between social classes.

Written over three decades of intensive study and completed by Friedrich Engels after Marx's passing, "Das Kapital" represents a distillation of Marx's deep insights into the capitalist system. Marx explores the internal tensions inherent in capitalism, highlighting the antagonistic relationship between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat. By analyzing and contrasting the theories of classical political economists such as John Stuart Mill, Adam Smith, David Ricardo, and Edmund Burke, Marx unveils the structural flaws of the capitalist mode of production.

First published in 1867, "Das Kapital" became a foundational text for political and economic systems throughout the twentieth century. It provides a crucial framework for understanding the historical development of capitalism and its consequences for society. Friedrich Engels described the book as 'the Bible of the Working Class,' underscoring its significance and impact.

Celebrate the enduring legacy of Karl Marx and his seminal work, "Das Kapital." Order your copy today and engage with one of the most influential and thought-provoking works of modern times. Explore Marx's critical examination of capitalism and its profound implications for socioeconomic systems, as you embark on a journey into the heart of social and political philosophy.

Publisher: Lexicon
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 642
ISBN: 9789393050212
An economist, sociologist, philosopher, journalist, historian and revolutionary, Karl Marx was born to a middle-class Jewish family in Trier on May 5, 1818. Marx completed his doctoral thesis, titled the Difference Between the Democritean and Epicurean Philosophy of Nature, in 1841 and submitted it to the University of Jena. He was awarded a Ph.D. in April 1841. in 1844, Marx befriended Friedrich Engels, the German socialist and became a revolutionary communist. Marx’s the Poverty of Philosophy was published in 1847. Marx and Engels published the Communist Manifesto, a political pamphlet summarizing their theories about the nature of society and politics, in 1848. the first volume, Capital, Volume I, of his magnum opus Capital (Das Kapital) was published in 1867. Marx continued to work on the remaining two volumes which were published after his death by Engels. Capital, Volume II was published in 1885 and Capital, Volume III in 1894. Considered to be his masterwork, Capital has been translated into all the major languages. Marx died in London on March 14, 1883, aged sixty-four.

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