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Works of Marx and Engels: 1880-90s

 


—“The great basic question of all philosophy is that concerning the relation of thinking and being.”— [Engels]

1880s

 

Letters

1880

SOCIALISM: UTOPIAN AND SCIENTIFIC, Engelsrecommended
A Workers' Inquiry, Marx
Introduction to Programme of French Workers' Party, Marx
To Meeting for 50th Anniversary of 1830 Polish Revolution

Letters

1881

First draft of Letter to Vera Zasulich
Mathematical Manuscripts
Notes on Wagner (Bilingual)
Articles for The Labour Standard, Engels
Letters

1882

Bruno Bauer and Early Christianity, Engels
Letters

“On the 14th of March, at a quarter to three in the afternoon, the greatest living thinker ceased to think. He had been left alone for scarcely two minutes, and when we came back we found him in his armchair, peacefully gone to sleep -- but for ever.” [Engels at Marx's Graveside]

1883

THE DIALECTICS OF NATURE, Engels
Articles on Karl Marx's Death
Letters

1884

ORIGIN OF THE FAMILY, PRIVATE PROPERTY, AND THE STATErecommended
Marx and the Neue Rheinische Zeitung (1848-1849)
Letters

1885

CAPITAL, VOLUME II
History of the Communist League
Letters

1886

LUDWIG FEUERBACH & THE END OF CLASSICAL GERMAN PHILOSOPHYrecommended
Letters

1887

The Role of Force in History
Letters

1888

Letters

1889

Letters

1890

Letters

1891

20th Anniversary of the Paris Commune
Critique of the Erfurt Program
Brentano vs. Marx
Letters

1892

Biography of Marx, Engels 1892
L'Eclair Interview with Engels
Letters

1893

Le Figaro Interview with Engels
Daily Chronicle Interview with Engels

Letters

1894

On the Peasantry & Precapitalist Societies
The Peasant Question in France and Germany
On The History of Early Christianity
CAPITAL, VOLUME IIIrecommended
The Future Italian Revolution and the Socialist Party
Letters

“The day when we are in the majority, what the French army did instinctively in not firing on the people will be repeated in our country quite consciously. Yes, whatever the frightened bourgeois say, we are able to calculate the moment when we shall have the majority of the people behind us; our ideas are making headway everywhere, as much among teachers, doctors, lawyers, etc. as among the workers. If we had to start wielding power tomorrow, we should need engineers, chemists, agronomists. Well, it is my conviction that we would have a good many of them behind us already. In five or ten years we shall have more of them than we need.” [Engels interview with Le Figaro]

1895

Letters
Introduction to Class Struggles in France 1848-1850