Alan Woods provides an overview of Lenin’s arguments in “Materialism and Empirico-Criticism,” and mounts a defense of materialism against the obscurantist, postmodernist nonsense on university campuses today.
Is Queer Theory compatible with Marxism? Can there be such a thing as “Queer Marxism”? Yola Kipcak in Vienna replies in the negative, and explains why.
November 28, 2020 marks the 200th birthday of Friedrich Engels. We commemorate this bicentenary by looking at the vital contribution that Engels made to developing the ideas of Marxism.
Hegel revolutionized every field that he dedicated himself to. The impact of Hegel’s ideas cannot be underestimated, and as Marxists we owe him a tremendous debt.
It sometimes feels as though humanity is on the edge of a cliff. Sapiens has earned high praises, promising to explain how we have arrived at this point. But what explanations does the book offer?
The old established Churches are in decline, while new fundamentalist churches are emerging and growing. How can we explain this?
Anyone who wishes to have a fully rounded understanding of Marxism must strive to master his dialectical materialist method.
What exactly does it mean to be a “democratic socialist” or a “social democrat”?
Written five years after Marx’s passing, this work was intended to arm the German working-class movement with the Marxist method.
In this classic work, Lenin explains how Marxism represents a new, higher-level synthesis of the most profound thinking previously developed by humanity.
Alan Woods, editor of In Defense of Marxism, provides a summary of Marx’s contributions to philosophy.
“The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.”