Please point me to free books on Marxism for my Kindle please. Any era, any author, English only.
That is all. Thank you.
posted by beshtya
on Dec 13, 2012 -
Is there a form of socialism that agrees with me or have I simply been brainwashed into accepting capitalist structures as natural? [more inside]
posted by asnider
on Jul 18, 2012 -
I'm keeping this question vague because everyone that discusses the "economic crisis" is vague. It seems to encapsulate the debt crisis, the whole banking fiasco, etc. So, I'll make my question simple. Can someone direct me to essays, books, etc. on this current "economic crisis" from a Marxist perspective? I would especially like it to be solution-oriented and not just rehashing the problem - and preferably solutions from a Marxist economist
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posted by Gerard Sorme
on Nov 30, 2011 -
Can anyone recommend any good introductions to Marxism? More and more, as I get older, I find that the socialist view of the world as a set of competing classes, with one class exploiting the others, makes more and more sense. It also seems increasingly clear to me that this is going on at the moment. However, I am still quite new to Marxism and a little put off by and daunted by Das Kapital... [more inside]
posted by lucien_reeve
on Jun 24, 2011 -
Hi there Marxists, or psychologists, or Jungians, or what have you.
My book club recently voted to read The Undiscovered Self
by Carl Jung. One member quit, insisting that she couldn't read Jung because she was a Marxist.
Why? [more inside]
posted by kensington314
on Jun 7, 2011 -
Help me find the name of this "Marxist Sceptic" thinker. I remember reading on aldaily.com within the last few months about a Marxist thinker who essentially came to the conclusion that though desirable, no socialist system of government would exist in the immediate future. I'm not sure if it was an obituary or something else.
posted by atrazine
on Aug 20, 2010 -
According to some sources, Marx argued that the mechanism of social change was the contradiction between the material forces of production and the relations of production, whilst elsewhere it is argued that Marx saw social change as arising from the conflicting interests of different social classes. My question is, assuming that Marx stated that both of these contradictions brought about social change, what is the relationship between class conflict and the conflict between relations and forces of production?
posted by FuckingAwesome
on Mar 28, 2010 -
I'm trying to wrap my head around Marx's conception of Capitalist economic crises. He claims that these crises emerge every 7 years, and are caused by "the epidemic of overproduction." Is there any historical justification for this? (Especially in the modern era?)
posted by matkline
on Feb 4, 2009 -
Given that at least $350 billion of Federal bailout money remains to be allocated by Congress to the Treasury, a hypothetical: what would happen if Congress decided that the problem with the credit markets was ultimately not a lack of money to lend, but a lack of credible lendees, and decided to just give every American a million dollars? [more inside]
posted by Embryo
on Dec 2, 2008 -
Marxism Filter: Sure, Socialism was the phase before Communism (state monopoly of the means of production right before the proles took over the same). But where in Marx's writings does he talk about this? [more inside]
posted by jak68
on May 21, 2008 -
Like, what are the main differences between Marx's Communism and Trotsky's Communism?
posted by xmutex
on Jun 21, 2006 -