Synopses & Reviews
The astonishingly rich body of works produced in 1833-1834, when Marx was hardly twenty-five, formed the basis for his subsequent development.It is here that Marx first made clear his views on alienation, the state, representative government, democracy and human nature, here that Marx first laid the foundations of 'historical materialism'.
A collection of the body of works produced by Marx in 1833-1834, when he was 25, which formed the basis for his subsequent development as a political theorist. The essays discuss Marx's views on alienation, the state, representative government, democracy and human nature.
Marx was barely 25 when he produced this astonishing rich body of workincluding economic and Philosophical Manuscripts and On the Jewish Question.
Table of Contents
Introduction by Lucio Colletti
Critique of Hegel's Doctrine of the State (1843)
Letters from the Francon-German Yearbooks (1843)
On the Jewish Question (1843)
A Contribution to the Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right. Introduction (1843-4)
Excerpts from James Mill's Elements of Political Economy (1844)
Economic and Political Manuscripts (1844)
Critical Notes on the Article "The King of Prussia and Social Reform. By a Prussian" (1844)
A. Concerning Feuerbach
B. Preface (to A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy)
Glossary of Key Terms
Chronology of Marx's Life 1818 to August 1844
Note on Previous Editions of the Works of Marx and Engels
Chronology of Works by Marx and Engels