Where Philosophy Counts
by Theodore Brameld - 1936
Philosophy cannot realize itself without the abolition of the proletariat; the proletariat cannot abolish itself without realizing philosophy. This famous dictum by Karl Marx, epitomizing the profound dependence of socialist and communist doctrine upon philosophy, suggests a way to evaluate the present important volume.
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