Nineteenth Century Philosophy

Materialism, Marxism, and Anarchists

What is the origin of materialism, Marxism, and anarchism in the modern era?

Intellectually, they were all reactions against Hegelianism. In society, as political movements, they represented a natural historical progression from the French Revolution, and a reaction against the industrial revolution in Europe, as well as against feudalism in Russia.


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