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Engels and the Formation of Marxism

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Although Friedrich Engels was Marx's intellectual partner, he has been one of the most neglected of the major socialist thinkers. This major book aims neither to defend Engles or debunk him, but rather to engage with his thought in order to offer a critical assessment of the philosophy, social theory, and politics of Marxism. S.H. Rigby shows how many of the key issues of ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published September 15th 2007 by Manchester University Press (first published January 1st 1992)
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Emeritus Professor Stephen H. Rigby

"Although I retired from the University of Manchester in 2010, I have remained research active. I have four main areas of interest in my research, all of which relate to the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching which I did before retirement. In all of these areas, I have tried to show how traditional medievalist scholarship and empirical historical research ca
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