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Ailie Marx quotes by Leonard Marx
#1. If I didn't believe it in my own mind, I never would have seen it. #Quote by Leonard Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#2. Everyone of our relationships with nature and man must be a definite expression of our real, individual life. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#3. Science and democracy are the right and left hands of what I'll refer to as the move from the realm of necessity to the realm of freedom. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#4. In the social production of their existence, men inevitably enter into definite relations, which are independent of their will, namely relations of production appropriate to a given stage in the development of their material forces of production. The totality of these relations of production constitutes the economic structure of society, the real foundation, on which arises a legal and political superstructure and to which correspond definite forms of social consciousness. The mode of production of material life conditions the general process of social, political and intellectual life. It is not the consciousness of men that determines their existence, but their social existence that determines their consciousness. At a certain stage of development, the material productive forces of society come into conflict with the existing relations of production or – this merely expresses the same thing in legal terms – with the property relations within the framework of which they have operated hitherto. From forms of development of the productive forces these relations turn into their fetters. Then begins an era of social revolution. The changes in the economic foundation lead sooner or later to the transformation of the whole immense superstructure. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#5. I know, I know - you're a woman who's had a lot of tough breaks. Well, we can clean and tighten those brakes, but you'll have to stay in the garage all night. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#6. All geniuses die young. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#7. Heifer cow is better than none, but this is no time for puns #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#8. Anybody who doesn't like this book is healthy #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#9. In the eyes of dialectical philosophy, nothing is established for all times, nothing is absolute or sacred. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Paul A. Baran
#10. Much if not all we know about the complex mechanism responsible for the development (and stagnation) of productive forces, and for the rise and decay of social organizations, is the result of the analytical work undertaken by Marx and by those whom he inspired. #Quote by Paul A. Baran
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#11. I must admit, I was born at an early age. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Terry Eagleton
#12. In any case, it is a mistake to equate concreteness with things. An individual object is the unique phenomenon it is because it is caught up in a mesh of relations with other objects. It is this web of relations and interactions, if you like, which is 'concrete', while the object considered in isolation is purely abstract. In his Grundrisse, Karl Marx sees the abstract not as a lofty, esoteric notion, but as a kind of rough sketch of a thing. The notion of money, for example, is abstract because it is no more than a bare, preliminary outline of the actual reality. It is only when we reinsert the idea of money into its complex social context, examining its relations to commodities, exchange, production and the like, that we can construct a 'concrete' concept of it, one which is adequate to its manifold substance. The Anglo-Saxon empiricist tradition, by contrast, makes the mistake of supposing that the concrete is simple and the abstract is complex. In a similar way, a poem for Yury Lotman is concrete precisely because it is the product of many interacting systems. Like Imagist poetry, you can suppress a number of these systems (grammar, syntax, metre and so on) to leave the imagery standing proudly alone; but this is actually an abstraction of the imagery from its context, not the concretion it appears to be. In modern poetics, the word 'concrete' has done far more harm than good. #Quote by Terry Eagleton
Ailie Marx quotes by Leonard Marx
#13. A sure thing is no fun. #Quote by Leonard Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Venedikt Erofeev
#14. I've always been in two minds about women, really. On the one hand, I always liked the fact they had waists, and we hadn't. That aroused in me a feeling of - how shall I put it? - well, pleasure. Yes, pleasurable feelings. Still, on the other hand, they did stab Marat with a penknife, and Marat was Incorruptible, so they shouldn't have stabbed him. That fairly killed off the pleasure. Then again, like Karl Marx, I've always loved women for their little weaknesses - i.e. they've got to sit down to pee, and I've always liked that - that's always filled me with - well, what the hell - a sort of warm feeling. Yes, pleasurable warmth. But then again they did shoot at Lenin, with a revolver no less! And that put a damper on the pleasure as well. I mean, fair enough, sitting down to pee, but shooting at Lenin? That's a sick joke, talking about pleasure after that.

However, I digress. #Quote by Venedikt Erofeev
Ailie Marx quotes by Gideon Defoe
#15. I fear it is the end for us,' wailed Marx as the bears inched closer. 'Is this the way you saw yourself going. Pirate Captain:

'In fact,' said the Captain grumpily, 'it's pretty much the exact situation I usually try to cheer myself up with when I'm in a bit of a fix. "At least you're not about to be eaten by bears and/or fall into a replica volcano," I tell myself. So now I've got to come up with an even worse scenario, which is a nuisance. #Quote by Gideon Defoe
Ailie Marx quotes by Eugene Kamenka
#16. All moral relationships are indissoluble according to their concept, as one can easily convince one's self by postulating their truth. A true state, a true marriage, a true friendship, and indissoluble. But no state, no marriage, no friendship corresponds completely to its concept... (Karl Marx) #Quote by Eugene Kamenka
Ailie Marx quotes by Ayn Rand
#17. As a cultural-intellectual power and a moral ideal, collectivism died in World War II. If we are still rolling in its direction, it is only by the inertia of a void and the momentum of disintegration. A social movement that began with the ponderous, brain-cracking, dialectical constructs of Hegel and Marx, and ends up with a horde of morally unwashed children stamping their foot and shrieking: "I want it now is through." #Quote by Ayn Rand
Ailie Marx quotes by Gideon Defoe
#18. Here's your first problem," he said, pointing at a sentence. "'Religion is the opium of the people.' Well, I don't know about people, but I think you'll find that the opium of pirates is actual opium. #Quote by Gideon Defoe
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#19. Misery motivates, not utopia. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Edward O. Wilson
#20. Karl Marx was right, socialism works, it is just that he had the wrong species #Quote by Edward O. Wilson
Ailie Marx quotes by Steve Jobs
#21. I'm one of those people that think Thomas Edison and the light bulb changed the world more than Karl Marx ever did. #Quote by Steve Jobs
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#22. The increase in value of the world of things is directly proportional to the decrease in value of the human world. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#23. All people are born alike ... except Republicans and Democrats. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#24. Nature is man's inorganic body
that is to say, nature insofar as it is not the human body. Man lives from nature
i.e., nature is his body
and he must maintain a continuing dialogue with it is he is not to die. To say that man's physical and mental life is linked to nature simply means that nature is linked to itself, for man is a part of nature. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#25. A woman is an occasional pleasure but a cigar is always a smoke. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Robert Wagner
#26. Barbara Stanwyck and I began our relationship on Titanic, although we had actually met years before. For a time, my father had an eight-acre ranch in Chatsworth, across from the racetrack. Martha Scott also lived there, and I used to take care of her horse. We'd go riding, and I would see Barbara and her husband, Robert Taylor, riding. I would go trotting along with them, never thinking I'd be involved with her someday. Later, Barbara had a beautiful ranch at the corner of Devonshire and Reseda, with her agent, Zeppo Marx. It's now a shopping center, but when Barbara owned the ranch, it had paddocks that were impeccably maintained and run, like everything Barbara touched. #Quote by Robert Wagner
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#27. Obviously there was no point in being a bachelor if his houseman was going to filch his booze. If he was going to get robbed, he might just as well get married. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#28. Communism is what Karl Marx hoped could be an economic scheme for making industrialized nations take as good care of people, and especially of children and the old and disabled, as tribes and extended families used to do, before they were dispersed by the Industrial Revolution. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#29. Paying alimony is like feeding hay to a dead horse. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Gary Marx
#30. ...the best in any profession is first a teacher #Quote by Gary Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Anonymous
#31. Third, it puts more small-scale capitalists out of business. They can do nothing but join the working class. 'Thus', says Marx, 'the forest of uplifted arms demanding work becomes ever thicker, while the arms themselves become ever thinner. #Quote by Anonymous
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#32. As a beast of toil an ox is fixed capital. If he is eaten, he no longer functions as an instrument of labour, nor as fixed capital either. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Rachel Holmes
#33. Eleanor Marx was a pragmatic person of actions and deeds and she was an organizer. #Quote by Rachel Holmes
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#34. Making love to your wife is like shooting at sitting ducks. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#35. All forms of the state have democracy for their truth, and for that reason are false to the extent that they are not democracy #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karen Armstrong
#36. The new atheists show a disturbing lack of understanding of or concern about the complexity and ambiguity of modern experience, and their polemic entirely fails to mention the concern for justice and compassion that, despite their undeniable failings, has been espoused by all three of the monotheisms.

Religious fundamentalists also develop an exagerrated view of their enemy as the epitome of evil. This tendency makes critique of the new atheists too easy. They never discuss the work of such theologians as Bultmann or Tillich, who offer a very different view of religion and are closer to mainstream tradition than any fundamentalist. Unlike Feurerbach, Marx and Freud, the new atheists are not theologically literate. As one of their critics has remarked, in any military strategy it is essential to confront the enemy at its strongest point; failure to do so means that their polemic remains shallow and lacks intellectual depth. It is also morally and intellectually conservative. Unlike Feurerback, Marx, Ingersoll or Mill, these new Atheists show little concern about the poverty, injustice and humiliation that has inspired many of the atrocities they deplore; they show no yearning for a better world. Nor, like Nietzsche , Sartre or Camus, do they compel their readers to face up to the pointlessness and futility that ensue when people lack the resources to create a sense of meaning. They do not appear to consider the effect of such nihilism on people who do not have priv #Quote by Karen Armstrong
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#37. In bourgeois society capital is independent and has individuality, while the living person is dependent and has no individuality. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#38. Philosophy is to science as masturbation is to sex. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Albert Camus
#39. Art does not
belong to all times; it is determined, on the contrary, by its period, and expresses, says Marx, the
privileged values of the ruling classes. #Quote by Albert Camus
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#40. Religion is the impotence of the human mind to deal with occurrences it cannot understand. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Leszek Kołakowski
#41. The influence that Marxism has achieved, far from being the result or proof of its scientific character, is almost entirely due to its prophetic, fantastic, and irrational elements. Marxism is a doctrine of blind confidence that a paradise of universal satisfaction is awaiting us just around the corner. Almost all the prophecies of Marx and his followers have already proved to be false, but this does not disturb the spiritual certainty of the faithful, any more than it did in the case of chiliastic sects.… In this sense Marxism performs the function of a religion, and its efficacy is of a religious character. But it is a caricature and a bogus form of religion, since it presents its temporal eschatology as a scientific system, which religious mythologies do not purport to be. #Quote by Leszek Kołakowski
Ailie Marx quotes by Groucho Marx
#42. I find television very educational. Every time someone switches it on I go into another room and read a good book. #Quote by Groucho Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Karl Marx
#43. I hate money and Jews. #Quote by Karl Marx
Ailie Marx quotes by Niall Ferguson
#44. Something that's seldom appreciated about me is that I am in sympathy with a great deal of what Marx wrote, except that I'm on the side of the bourgeoisie. #Quote by Niall Ferguson

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