We produce here three excerpts from Volume 38 of Lenin’s Collected Works, which are a brilliant summation of the essence of Hegelian dialectics.
The Committee for a Workers’ International has been plunged into a convulsive crisis, which is likely going to end in a split.
For the next two months we will delve into two of the most famous works by Friedrich Engels: “Anti-Dühring” and “Dialectics of Nature.”
The partial drafts and fragments that comprise Dialectics of Nature are an invaluable contribution to Marxism—and to science in general.
Originally published as Herr Eugen Dühring’s Revolution in Science, Anti-Dühring is yet another of Engels’s classic defenses of the Marxist method intended to equip the working class with clear ideas.
Anyone who wishes to have a fully rounded understanding of Marxism must strive to master his dialectical materialist method.
The editors of Jacobin and Socialist Revolution discuss the growing socialist movement, its goals, and how to achieve them.
For those of us who have had the privilege of fighting for the building of a genuine Trotskyist international, the discovery of this missing letter was a very inspiring experience.
These readings provide an overview of the origins and genesis of dialectical materialism.
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.