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Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#1. The anarchists put the thing upside down. They declare that the proletarian revolution must begin by doing away with the political organization of the state. But to destroy it at such a moment would be to destroy the only organism by means of which the victorious proletariat can assert its newly-conquered power, hold down its capitalist adversaries, and carry out that economic revolution of society without which the whole victory must end in a new defeat and a mass slaughter of the workers similar to those after the Paris commune. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Albert Camus
#2. It was also necessary to answer those who objected to the fact that the revolution itself had need of an administrative
and repressive apparatus. There again Marx and Engels are largely used to prove, authoritatively, that the proletarian
State is not a State organized on the lines of other states, but a State which, by definition, is in the process of
withering away. "As soon as there is no longer a social class which must be kept oppressed ... a State ceases to be
necessary. The first act by which the [proletarian] State really establishes itself as the representative of an entire
society - the seizure of the society's means of production - is, at the same time, the last real act of the State. For the
government of people is substituted the administration of things. . . . The State is not abolished, it perishes." The
bourgeois State is first suppressed by the proletariat. Then, but only then, the proletarian State fades away. The
dictatorship of the proletariat is necessary - first, to crush or suppress what remains of the bourgeois class;
secondly, to bring about the socialization of the means of production. Once these two tasks are accomplished, it
immediately begins to wither away. #Quote by Albert Camus
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#3. The free development of each is the condition for the free development of all. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal
#4. Bolshevik intellectuals did not confine their reading to Marxist works. They knew Russian and European literature and philosophy and kept up with current trends in art and thoughts. Aspects of Nietzsche's thought were either surprisingly compatible with Marxism or treated issues that Marx and Engels had neglected. Nietzsche sensitized Bolsheviks committed to reason and science to the importance of the nonrational aspects of the human psyche and to the psychpolitical utility of symbol, myth, and cult. His visions of "great politics" (grosse Politik) colored their imaginations. Politik, like the Russian word politika, means both "politics" and "policy"; grosse has also been translated as "grand" or "large scale." The Soviet obsession with creating a new culture stemmed primarily from Nietzsche, Wagner, and their Russian popularizers. Marx and Engels never developed a detailed theory of culture because they considered it part of the superstructure that would change to follow changes in the economic base. #Quote by Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal
Levendig Engels quotes by David Craig
#5. John Hodgson can describe Richard Dawkins's atheism as vacuous only because 'atheist' is a term which non-believers use purely as a polemical convenience when we have to define concisely what we don't believe [ ... ]. No atheist is principally that. What we'd want to call ourselves is humanist or materialist, or biologist or linguist, or for that matter socialist, because one or more of these, or something else again, is what we do and think and are. We have 'purely and simply finished with God', to adapt a phrase of Engels's. #Quote by David Craig
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#6. the organization of a certain number of free and unfree persons into one family under the paternal authority of the head of the family. In the Semitic form this head of the family lives in polygamy, the unfree members have wife and children, and the purpose of the whole organization is the tending of herds in a limited territory. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#7. I have learned more [from Balzac] than from all the professional historians, economists, and statisticians put together. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Brian Sussman
#8. 1849 - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels present, The Communist Manifesto, declaring "the abolition of private property. #Quote by Brian Sussman
Levendig Engels quotes by Claire Robson
#9. Time to wake to a wholesome diet--Marx and Engels, Andy Warhol and Ken Kesey, Jack Kerouak and the Grateful Dead, Sartre and Gide--it was a regimen of semen in the sixties and we never even knew we were choking. [109] #Quote by Claire Robson
Levendig Engels quotes by Ramez Naam
#10. Rangan came to the surface in the mid-afternoon of Inauguration Day, in the trunk of a car driven by a terrified aide of Senator Barbara Engels, Chairwoman of the Senate Select Oversight Committee on Homeland Security. #Quote by Ramez Naam
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#11. A spectre is haunting Europe - the #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Jacques Derrida
#12. What is certain is that I am not a Marxist, as someone said a long time ago, let us recall, in a witticism reported by Engels. Must we still cite Marx as an authority in order to say "I am not a Marxist"? #Quote by Jacques Derrida
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#13. All history has been a history of class struggles between dominated classes at various stages of social development. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Frederick Engels
#14. this sacrifice of the future of the movement for its present may be 'honestly' meant, but it is and remains opportunism, and 'honest' opportunism is perhaps the most dangerous of all #Quote by Frederick Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Brittany L. Engels
#15. I might not have faith in many things, but I do have faith in this; that the one who sent me out will allow me to finish the mission." -Regan #Quote by Brittany L. Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Anonymous
#16. After Marx died, Engels denied that Marx had said that 'the economic element is the only determining one'. He and Marx, he conceded, were partly to blame for this misinterpretation, for they had emphasized the economic side in opposition to those who rejected it altogether. #Quote by Anonymous
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#17. The society that will organize production on the basis of a free and equal association of the producers will put the whole machinery of the state where it will then belong: into the museum of antiquities, by the side of the spinning wheel and the bronze axe. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#18. If the world had ever been in a state in which no change whatever was taking place, how could it pass from this state to one of change? The absolutely unchanging, especially when it has been in this state from eternity, cannot possibly get out of such a state by itself and pass over into a state of motion and change. An initial impulse must have therefore come from outside [ ... ] But as everyone knows, the "initial impulse" is only another expression for God. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Victor Robert Lee
#19. I know him by another name. His real one is Slem, not uncommon for men of his generation. It stands for Stalin Lenin Engels Marx. He's always making up new names for himself
wouldn't you? #Quote by Victor Robert Lee
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#20. All that is real in human history becomes irrational in the process of time. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#21. True, t is only individuals who starve, but what security has the working-man that it may not be his turn tomorrow? Who assures him employment, who vouches for it that, if for any reason or no reason his lord and master discharges him tomorrow, he can struggle along with those dependant upon him, until he may find some one else 'to give him bread'? Who guarantees that willingness to work shall suffice to obtain work, that uprightness, industry, thrift, and the rest of the virtues recommended by the bourgeoisie, are really his road to happiness? No one. He knows that every breeze that blows, every whim of his employer, every bad turn of trade may hurl him back into the fierce whirlpool from which he has temporarily saved himself, and in which it is hard and often impossible to keep his head above water. He knows that, though he may have the means of living today, it is very uncertain whether he shall tomorrow. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#22. The middle classes have a truly extraordinary conception of society. They really believe that human beings ... have real existence only if they make money or help to make it. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#23. No member is permitted to marry within the gens. This is the fundamental rule of the gens, the tie that holds it together. It is the negative expression of the very positive blood relationship, by virtue of which the individuals belonging to it become a gens. By the discovery of this simple fact Morgan for the first time revealed the nature of the gens. How little the gens had been understood before him is proven by former reports on savages and barbarians, in which the different organizations of which the gentile order is composed are jumbled together without understanding and distinction as tribe, clan, thum, etc. Sometimes it is stated that intermarrying within these organizations is forbidden. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Ludwig Von Mises
#24. This dilettantish inability to comprehend the essential issues of the conduct of production affairs is not only manifested in the writings of Marx and Engels. It permeates no less the contributions of contemporary pseudo-economics. #Quote by Ludwig Von Mises
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#25. Only sound common sense, respectable fellow that he is, in the homely realm of his own four walls, has very wonderful adventures directly he ventures out into the wide world of research. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#26. People think they have taken quite an extraordinarily bold step forward when they have rid themselves of belief in hereditary monarchy and swear by the democratic republic. In reality, however, the state is nothing but a machine for the oppression of one class by another, and indeed in the democratic republic no less than in the monarchy. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#27. Actually, each mental image of the world system is and remains limited, objectively by the historical situation and subjectively by its author's physical and mental constitution. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#28. If there were no Frenchwomen, life wouldn't be worth living. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Howard Zinn
#29. I remember my first reading of The Communist Manifesto, which Marx and Engels wrote when they too were young radicals; Marx was thirty, Engels twenty-eight. "The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggle." That was undeniably true, verifiable in any reading of history. Certainly true for the United States, despite all the promises of the Constitution ("We the people of the United States ... " and "No state shall deny ... the equal protection of the laws"). #Quote by Howard Zinn
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#30. An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#31. The first act by virtue of which the State really constitutes itself the representative of the whole of societythe taking possession of the means of production in the name of societythis is, at the same time, its last independent act as a State. State interference in social relations becomes, in one domain after another, superfluous, and then dies out of itself; the government of persons is replaced by the administration of things, and by the conduct of processes of production. The State is not abolished. It dies out. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#32. She is distinguished from a courtisane only in that she does not offer her body for money by the hour like a commodity, but sells it into slavery for once and all. Fourier's words hold good with respect to all conventional marriages: "As in grammar two negatives make one affirmative, so in matrimonial ethics, two prostitutions are considered as one virtue." Sexual love in man's relation to woman becomes and can become the rule among the oppressed classes alone, among the proletarians of our day - no matter whether this relation is officially sanctioned or not. Here #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#33. It is a curious fact that with every great revolutionary movement the question of 'free love' comes into the foreground. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#34. The slave frees himself when, of all the relations of private property, he abolishes only the relation of slavery and thereby becomes a proletarian; the proletarian can free himself only by abolishing private property in general. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#35. In science, each new point of view calls forth a revolution in nomenclature. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Brittany L. Engels
#36. Maybe it's not about being worthy, or what you have to offer. If it was, wouldn't everyone be turned away?" -Niall #Quote by Brittany L. Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#37. In the conditions of the proletariat, those of old society at large are already virtually swamped. The proletarian is without property; his relation to his wife and children has no longer anything in common with the bourgeois family-relations; modern industrial labour, modern subjection to capital, the same in England as in France, in America as in Germany, has stripped him of every trace of national character. Law, morality, religion, are to him so many bourgeois prejudices, behind which lurk in ambush just as many bourgeois interests. #Quote by Friedrich Engels
Levendig Engels quotes by Friedrich Engels
#38. We find two great gangs of political speculators, who alternately take possession of the state power and exploit it by the most corrupt ends
the nation is powerless against these two great cartels of politicians who are ostensibly its servants, but in reality dominate and plunder it. #Quote by Friedrich Engels

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