Lenin as philosopher: a critical examination of the philosophical basis of Leninism

Milwaukee, Wis.: Marquette University Press. Edited by Lance Byron Richey (2003)
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Pannekoek, Lenin, and the future of Marxist philosophy -- Note on the text -- Introduction -- Marxism -- Middle class materialism -- Dietzgen -- Mach -- Avenarius -- Lenin -- The criticism -- Natural science -- Materialism -- Plekhanov's views -- The Russian revolution -- The proletarian revolution.

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