Works of Marx and Engels

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Major Works

“One of the most difficult tasks confronting philosophers is to descend from the world of thought to the actual world. Language is the immediate actuality of thought. Just as philosophers have given thought an independent existence, so they were bound to make language into an independent realm.” [German Ideology, Ch. 3]

German Ideology, Marx & Engels (begun in 1845, work continued in 1846)

Street in Paris where Engels lived November 1846 to March 1847

“The productive forces are the result of man's practical energy, but that energy is in turn circumscribed by the conditions in which man is placed by the productive forces already acquired, by the form of society which exists before him, which he does not create, which is the product of the preceding generation.”
[Letter to Annenkov]

Minor Works

Statement in the Trier'sche Zeitung, Marx
Circular against Kriege, Marx, Engels and others
Letter from the Brussels Correspondence Committee to G A Köttgen, 15th June, Marx, Engels and others

Northern Star

The State of Germany
Violation of the Prussian Constitution
The Prussian Bank Question
Address To Feargus O'Connor, with Marx
Government and Opposition In France


The Communist League

Preface to Vol 5, MECW: Works of Marx & Engels, April 1845-April 1847