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Friedrich Engels
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Dialectics of Nature

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Karya berikut ini sama sekali tidak berasal dari suatu "dorongan kalbu". Sebaliknya, temanku Liebknecht dapat bersaksi akan usahanya yang keras untuk membujuk diriku mengarahkan sorotan kritik pada teori paling baru Herr Dühring mengenai sosialisme. Sekali kuputuskan untuk melakukan hal itu, aku tidak mempunyai pilihan lain kecuali menyelidiki teori ini, yang mengklaim mer ...more
Hardcover, 496 pages
Published April 1977 by Lawrence & W. (first published 1883)
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This is not exactly a book; it is a collection of notes, and this is it's main problem.

First, of all these notes are loosely connected to each other, mostly chronologically, making it a book hard to read. Moreover, Engels had not the chance to revise his notes due to his death. For example, in the first chapters Engels seems to embrace the old Lamarkian theory of Evolution, and has a limited knowledge of Darwin. In the last chapters, Engels is by then a Darwinian evolutionist, after carefully re
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This is one of the best books on the general laws of nature which
has not been refuted so far. A good read of research students in
science since it gives an integrated look into science subjects
and very very informative.
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In 1820, Friedrich Engels was born in Germany into a wealthy family. Managing a branch of his father's business in Manchester, England, from 1842-1845, Engels became appalled at the poverty of the workers. He wrote his first socialist work, Conditions of the Working Class in England. After their meeting in 1844, Engels and Karl Marx became lifelong colleagues. While co-writing an article with Enge ...more
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