Karl Marx

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In existographies, Karl Marx (137-72 BE) (1818-1883 ACM) (IQ:180|#126) (ID:2.81|64) (RGM:359|1,350+) (PR:37|65AE / economist:1) (Gottlieb 1000:14) (Scott 50:23) (FA:120) (Becker 139:12|15L) (Stokes 100:63) (CR:207) (LH:2) (TL:209|#43) was a German economist, sociopolitical theorist, and philosopher, noted for []


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The following are quotes by Marx:

“A spider conducts operations that resemble those of a weaver, and a bee puts to shame many an architect in the construction of her cells. But what distinguishes the worst architect from the best of bees is this, that the architect raises his structure in imagination before he erects it in reality. At the end of every labor-process, we get a result that already existed in the imagination of the laborer at its commencement. He not only effects a change of form in the material on which he works, but he also realizes (bring into reality) a purpose of his own that gives the law to his modus operandi, and to which he must subordinate his will. And this subordination is no mere momentary act.”
— Karl Marx (1867), Capital (§:The Labor-Process: the Production of Use-Values) (Ѻ) [1]

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See also

  • Marxism
  • Marxist


  1. Marx, Karl. (1867). Capital (§:The Labor-Process: the Production of Use-Values) (txt). Publisher.

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