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    The fundamental flaw of vulgar thought lies in the fact that it wishes to content itself with motionless imprints of a reality which consists of eternal motion.

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If anything is certain, it is that I myself am not a Marxist.

If anything is certain, it is that I myself am not a Marxist.

by Karl Marx Found in: Marxism Quotes,
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Marxism is the opium of the intellectuals

Marxism is the opium of the intellectuals

by Edmund Wilson Found in: Marxism Quotes,
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The dialectic is neither fiction or mysticism, but a science of the forms of our thinking insofar as it is read more

The dialectic is neither fiction or mysticism, but a science of the forms of our thinking insofar as it is not limited to the daily problems of life but attempts to arrive at an understanding of more complicated and drawn-out processes. The dialectic and formal logic bear a relationship similar to that between higher and lower mathematics.

by Leon Trotsky Found in: Marxism Quotes,
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Marxism has not only failed to promote human freedom, it has failed to produce food

Marxism has not only failed to promote human freedom, it has failed to produce food

by John Dos Passos Found in: Marxism Quotes,
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Marxists are people whose insides are torn up day after day because they want to rule the world and no read more

Marxists are people whose insides are torn up day after day because they want to rule the world and no one will even publish their letter to the editor.

by Mark Helprin Found in: Marxism Quotes,
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The dialectic is neither fiction nor mysticism, but a science of the forms of our thinking insofar as it is read more

The dialectic is neither fiction nor mysticism, but a science of the forms of our thinking insofar as it is not limited to the daily problems of life but attempts to arrive at an understanding of more complicated and drawn-out processes. The dialectic and formal logic bear a relationship similar to that between higher and lower mathematics.

by Leon Trotsky Found in: Marxism Quotes,
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