Eleven Theses on Feuerbach
The “Theses on Feuerbach” are eleven short philosophical notes written by Karl Marx in 1845. They outline a critique of the ideas of Marx’s fellow Young Hegelian philosopher Ludwig Feuerbach. The theses form a basis for the activism emphasised by Marx’s work, and this short text is perhaps best know for its ending - a Eureka for revolutionary socialism. The theses were written in 1845, but not published until 1888 (five years after Marx’s death), with slight modifications by Friedrich Engels. The original text was published in 1924. This translation is based on the 1888 version. (Wikipedia/Carl Manchester)
Translated into the public domain by Carl Manchester. (0 hr 6 min)
Read by Carl Manchester
I hope there is more to come
There are not many world of Karl Marx available in audio version. I am grateful to this narrator for making this version. The narrator has a pleasant voice, so I hope more audiobooks will follow.
I wonder if there is any argument for Marx’s opinions somewhere. I think Feuerbach made way more sense than he is making.
short, but well read
I had no idea the theses on Feuerbach were only 6 minutes and change. The more you learn, I suppose.
short and concise
will relisten kind of hard to grasp at first