9 PREFACE
11 INTRODUCTION
  PART ONE
  FROM IDEALISM AND REVOLUTIONARY DEMOCRACY TO DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM AND SCIENTIFIC COMMUNISM
  Chapter OneTHE SHAPING OF THE REVOLUTIONARY-DEMOCRATIC VIEWS OF MARX AND ENGELS AND THEIR PHILOSOPHICAL SUBSTANTIATION
29 1SOME FEATURES OF THE FIRST STAGE IN THE MAKING OF THE MARXIST PHILOSOPHY: IDEALISM AND REVOLUTIONARY DEMOCRACY
40 2MARX’S SCHOOL ESSAYS.THE TRADITIONAL VIEWS WHICH MARX SOON ABANDONED.REFLECTIONS ON HIS VOCATION
44 3KARL’S LETTER TO HIS FATHER. • ADVANCE TO THE YOUNG HEGELIANS. • THE "WHAT IS" AND "WHAT OUGHT TO BE" PROBLEM AND HEGEL’S IDEALIST DIALECTICS
48 4MARX’S DOCTORAL DISSERTATION "DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE DEMOCRITEAN AND EPICUREAN PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE". • EPICUREANISM AS THE ENLIGHTENMENT OF ANTIQUITY
55 5DOCTORAL DISSERTATION.MARX’S AND HEGEL’S CONCEPTIONS OF ANCIENT ATOMISTICS.PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION
61 6DOCTORAL DISSERTATION.SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS AND EMPIRICAL REALITY, THEORY AND PRACTICE, PHILOSOPHY AND REVOLUTION.DIALECTICS AND THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY
69 7REVOLUTIONARY-DEMOCRATIC CRITIQUE OF THE PRUSSIAN ORDER. • DIALECTICS AS AN INSTRUMENT OF REVOLUTIONARY CRITIQUE OF ROMANTICO-FEUDAL ILLUSIONS
73 8ENGELS’S ADVANCE TO ATHEISM. • FORMATION OF HIS REVOLUTIONARY-DEMOCRATIC VIEWS
80 9ENGELS JOINS THE YOUNG HEGELIANS. REVOLUTIONARY-DEMOCRATIC INTERPRETATION OF HEGEL’S PHILOSOPHY
87 10ENGELS’S STRUGGLE AGAINST SCHELLING’S IRRATIONALISM. • HIS ATTITUDE TO HEGEL, THE YOUNG HEGELIANS AND FEUERBACH
98 11A PRELIMINARY SUMMING-UP.MARX AND ENGELS AND THE YOUNG HEGELIAN MOVEMENT IN THE LATE 1830S-EARLY 1840s
  Chapter TwoBEGINNING OF TRANSITION FROM IDEALISM AND REVOLUTIONARY DEMOCRACY TO MATERIALISM AND COMMUNISM
103 1MARX’S WORK IN THE RHEINISCHE ZEITUNG.ACTION IN SUPPORT OF THE OPPRESSED AND EXPLOITED MASSES.ATTITUDE TO UTOPIAN SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM
114 2THE REVOLUTIONARY-DEMOCRATIC VIEW OF THE ROLE OF PHILOSOPHY.PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION. ATTITUDE TO FEUERBACH.CRITIQUE OF REACTIONARY ROMANTICISM
131 3FREEDOM AND ITS NECESSARY EXPRESSION IN THE PRESS. • THE IDEAL AND THE MATERIAL, SUBSTANCE AND APPEARANCE. • THE NATURE OF THE STATE AND ITS RELATION WITH PRIVATE INTERESTS. • THE PROBLEM OF OBJECTIVE REGULARITY
147 4ENGELS’S BREAK WITH YOUNG GERMANY. • BEGINNING OF SEPARATION FROM THE YOUNG HEGELIANS
154 5MATERIAL INTERESTS AND IDEAL PRINCIPLES, CLASSES AND PARTIES.PROSPECTS FOR A SOCIAL REVOLUTION.START OF ADVANCE TO MATERIALISM AND COMMUNISM
  Chapter ThreeFINAL ADVANCE TO THE DIALECT1CO-MATERIALIST AND COMMUNIST WORLD OUTLOOK
163 1ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE NEW, PHILOSOPHICO- SCIENTIFIC AND COMMUNIST WORLD OUTLOOK. • MARX’S MS, "CONTRIBUTION TO THE CRITIQUE OF HEGEL’S PHILOSOPHY OF LAW"
184 2ENGELS AND UTOPIAN SOCIALIST DOCTRINES IN FRANCE AND ENGLAND
192 3PREPARATIONS FOR PUBLISHING DEUTSCH-FRANZ\:OSISCHE JAHRBUCHER ON THE THRESHOLD OF DIALECTICAL AND HISTORICAL MATERIALISM
201 4HUMAN EMANCIPATION AND THE PROLETARIAT’S HISTORICAL MISSION. • CONSCIOUSNESS AND BEING> THE IDEAL AND THE MATERIAL SOCIALIST REVOLUTION AND THE OVERCOMING OF ALIENATION
217 5ENGELS’S ARTICLES IN THE DEUTSCH-FRANZ&SISCHE JAHRBUCHER. CRITIQUE OF BOURGEOIS POLITICAL ECONOMY AND CARLYLE’S HISTORICO-PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTION
224 6MARX AND BOURGEOIS POLITICAL ECONOMY. • ECONOMIC AND PHILOSOPHIC MANUSCRIPTS OF 1844. • ALIENATED LABOUR AND PRIVATE PROPERTY
238 7ANTAGONISM OF LABOUR AND CAPITAL. CRITIQUE OF EGALITARIAN COMMUNISM. DIVERSITY OF FORMS OF MAN’S SOCIAL ACTIVITY
247 8THE MATERIALIST VIEW OF NATURE AND MAN.ASSESSMENT OF FEUERBACH’S ANTHROPOLOGICAL MATERIALISM. • CRITIQUE OF HEGEL’S IDEALIST DIALECTICS
265 9THE ECONOMIC AND PHILOSOPHIC MANUSCRIPTS OF 1844 AND ANTI-MARXIST INTERPRETATIONS OF MARXISM
282 10ENGELS’S COMMUNIST VIEWS. • CRITIQUE OF BOURGEOIS DEMOCRACY AND THE LIBERALS’ PSEUDO-SOCIALIST DECLARATIONS
  PART TWO
  LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS OF DIALECTICAL AND HISTORICAL MATERIALISM
  Chapter OneTHEORETICAL SUBSTANTIATION OF THE DIALECTICO-MATERIALIST AND COMMUNIST WORLD OUTLOOK. STRUGGLE AGAINST THE PHILOSOPHICAL AND POLITICAL CONCEPTIONS OF BOURGEOIS RADICALISM
289 1CRITIQUE OF SPECULATIVE IDEALISM AND IDEALIST DIALECTICS. THE DIALECTICO-MATERIALIST SOLUTION OF THE FUNDAMENTAL PHILQSOPHJCAL PROBLEM. • MARX’S AND ENGELS’S HISTORICO- PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTION
313 2CRITIQUE OF THE YOUNG HEGELIAN THEORY OF “HEROES” AND “CROWD”.UNIFORMITY OF THE GROWING ROLE OF THE MASSES IN HISTORY. • PROBLEMS OF MATERIALIST DIALECTICS
327 3CRITIQUE OF YOUNG HEGELIAN CRITICISM OF PROUDHONISM. EVALUATION OF PROUDHON’S DOCTRINE. SCIENTIFIC COMMUNISM AND THE TASKS OF CRITICALLY OVERCOMING BOURGEOIS POLITICAL ECONOMY
334 4ENGELS’S THE CONDITION OF THE WORKING CLASS IN ENGLAND. • HISTORICAL MATERIALISM AND CONCRETE SOCIAL STUDIES
344 5MARX’S "THESES ON FEUERBACH"
355 6MARX’S AND ENGELS’S THE GERMAN IDEOLOGY.THE COMMUNIST CORRESPONDENCE COMMITTEE. CRITIQUE OF WEITLING’S SECTARIAN STAND AND KRIEGE’S PSEUDO-COMMUNISM
363 7FINAL CRITICISM OF YOUNG HEGELIAN IDEALISM. • CRITIQUE OF STIRNER’S ANARCHISM AND ITS PHILOSOPHICAL PRINCIPLES
371 8NEW ASPECTS OF THE MATERIALIST CRITIQUE OF FEUERBACH’S PHILOSOPHY
376 9BASIC PREMISES OF HISTORICAL MATERIALISM.THE OBJECTIVE AND THE SPONTANEOUS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIETY.FREEDOM AND NECESSITY
390 10HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF FORMS OF PROPERTY. • CONTRADICTION BETWEEN THE PRODUCTIVE FORCES AND RELATIONS OF PRODUCTION. • THE PROBLEM OF STATE AND REVOLUTION
400 11SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND SOCIAL BEING
407 12CRITIQUE OF THE POLITICAL THEORY OF GERMANBOURGEOIS RADICALISM.SOCIALISM AND DEMOCRACY.
  Chapter TwoMATERIALIST SUBSTANTIATION OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIALISM AND CRITIQUE OF PETTY-BOURGEOIS UTOPIANISM
416 1PROLETARIAN COMMUNISM AND PETTY-BOURGEOIS PREACHING OF NON-CLASS SOCIALISM
428 2MARX’S CRITIQUE OF PROUDHON’S ECONOMIC UTOPIA AND THE QUESTION OF THE HISTORICALLY TRANSIENT NATURE OF CAPITALIST RELATIONS
438 3MATERIALIST DIALECTICS AND PROUDHON’S PHILOSOPHY OF POVERTY
450 4THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE. ENGELS’S PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNISM
458 5MANIFESTO OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY
470 CONCLUSION
  BIBLIOGRAPHY
479 PART ONE
483 PART TWO
485 NAME INDEX
488 SUBJECT INDEX
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