Marxist Philosophy
Reference: George Hanna, Ed. (1968). Marxist Philosophy. 3rd
printing. Translated from the Russian by
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B. Mode of Production as the Chief, Determining Force of Social Development
C. Economic Basis and Superstructure of Societ...
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Marxist Philosophy
Reference: George Hanna, Ed. (1968). Marxist Philosophy. 3rd printing. Translated from the Russian by Leo Lempert. Moscow: Progress Publishers.

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Marxist philosophy 1968 3rd printing translated from the russian by leo lempert and edited by george hanna moscow progress publishers

  1. 1. Marxist Philosophy Reference: George Hanna, Ed. (1968). Marxist Philosophy. 3rd printing. Translated from the Russian by Leo Lempert. Moscow: Progress Publishers. I. Philosophy as a Science A. Fundamental Question of Philosophy B. Concept of Method, Dialectics and Metaphysics C. The Subject-Matter of Marxist Philosophy D. Theoretical Weapon of the Working Class II. Struggle between Materialism and Idealism in Pre-Marxist Philosophy A. Slave Society: Plato, Aristotle B. 17th and 18th Centuries: Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau C. 18th -19th Centuries: Diderot, Holbach, Kant, Hegel, Feuerbach D. 19-Century III. Development of Marxist Philosophy IV. Matter and the Forms of Its Existence A. Motion as the Form of Existence of Matter B. Space and Time V. Matter and Consciousness VI. Marxist Dialectics as the Doctrine of Development and Universal Connection A. Doctrine of Development B. Doctrine of Universal Connection VII. Basic Laws of Materialist Dialectics A. The Law of the Unity and Struggle of Opposites 1.Diversity of Contradictions 2.Contradictions of Socialist Society and Ways of Eliminating Them B. The Law of the Transformation of Quantitative into Qualitative Change C. The Law of the Negation of Negation VIII. Categories of Marxist Dialectics A. The Individual and Universal B. Content and Form C. Essence and Phenomenon D. Cause and Effect E. Necessity and Chance F. Possibility and Reality IX. Theory of Knowledge of Dialectical Materialism A. Practice as the Starting Point and Basis of the Process of Knowledge B. From Living Perception to Abstract Thought C. Practice as the Criterion of Truth X. Historical Materialism A. Historical Necessity B. Human Freedom XI. Socio-Economic Formation A. Natural Conditions of Society’s Life
  2. 2. B. Mode of Production as the Chief, Determining Force of Social Development C. Economic Basis and Superstructure of Society and Their Interaction D. The History of Society as the History of the Development and Law-Governed Succession of Socio-Economic Formations XII. Communist Socio-Economic Formation A. Socialism B. From Socialism to Communism C. Communism XIII. The People—The Decisive Force in Social Development: The Role of Individual in History A. The People Are the Real Makes of History, the Decisive Force in Social Development B. The Role of Individual in History XIV. Class and the Class Struggle XV. Historical Forms of Community of People A. Clan, Tribe, Nationality, Nation B. Marxism-Leninism on the National and the Colonial Question C. The Advance of the Peoples’ Movement for National Liberation and the Break-Up of the Colonial System of Imperialism D. Socialism and Nations E. The Family XVI. The State A. The Origin and Nature of the State B. The State in an Exploiting Society C. Dictatorship of the Proletariat D. The State in Socialist Society E. The Withering Away of the State XVII. The Social Revolution A. Social Revolution is a Law of Development of an Antagonistic Class Society B. Socialist Revolution XVIII. Social Consciousness and Its Role in the Development of Society A. Social Consciousness as a Reflection of Social Being B. The Active Role of Ideas in Social Development C. The Role of Marxist-Leninist Ideology in Building Communism D. Political and Legal Ideas E. Morality F. Religion G. Science H. Art

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