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Socialism: Utopian and Scientific

by Friedrich Engels

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Includes an essay on "The Mark".
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Modern socialism is not a doctrine, Engels explains, but a working-class movement growing out of the establishment of large-scale capitalist industry and its social consequences.

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Engels seeks a more positive term socialism, hitherto limited to critical analyzes negative cut doctrinal elaborations or lacking methodological rigor. Begins by stating that socialism proposed by Marx is nothing that theoretical reflection on the conflict between the productive forces and the capitalist mode of production itself.… (more)

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