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Ideas for Michael Burke, Mark Steiner and K Marx / F Engels

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21 ideas

25. Society / A. State of Nature / 1. A People / a. Human distinctiveness
Men distinguish themselves from animals when they begin to produce their means of subsistence [Marx/Engels]
Produce their own subsistence distinguishes men from animals [Marx/Engels]
Individuals are mutually hostile unless they group together in competition with other groups [Marx/Engels]
25. Society / C. Social Justice / 2. Social Freedom / a. Slavery
Slavery cannot be abolished without the steam-engine [Marx/Engels]
25. Society / C. Social Justice / 2. Social Freedom / d. Free market
Communism abolishes private property and dissolves the powerful world market [Marx/Engels]
25. Society / C. Social Justice / 2. Social Freedom / e. Freedom of lifestyle
The free development of each should be the condition for the free development of all [Marx/Engels]
25. Society / C. Social Justice / 4. Legal Rights / c. Property rights
The law says private property is the result of the general will [Marx/Engels]
25. Society / D. Political Doctrines / 7. Communitarianism
Only in community are people able to cultivate their gifts, and therefore be free [Marx/Engels]
25. Society / D. Political Doctrines / 9. Communism
Modern governments are just bourgeois management committees [Marx/Engels]
Communism aims to abolish not all property, but bourgeois property [Marx/Engels]
Many of the bourgeois right grievances are a form of self-defence [Marx/Engels]
Young Hegelians think consciousness is chains for men, where old Hegelians think it the bond of society [Marx/Engels]
If the common interest imposes on the individual, his actions become alienated and enslaving [Marx/Engels]
In communist society we are not trapped in one activity, but can act freely [Marx/Engels]
The class controlling material production also controls mental production [Marx/Engels]
The revolutionary class is opposed to 'class', and represents all of society [Marx/Engels]
To assert themselves as individuals, the proletarians must overthrow the State [Marx/Engels]
25. Society / E. State Functions / 4. Education / a. Education principles
Communists want to rescue education from the ruling class [Marx/Engels]
25. Society / E. State Functions / 4. Education / d. History study
Human history must always be studied in relation to industry and exchange [Marx/Engels]
Most historians are trapped in the illusions of their own epoch [Marx/Engels]
The history of all existing society is the history of class struggles [Marx/Engels]