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ziq wrote

Do you even lift, bro??

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black_fox wrote

Haven’t read any of their stuff but I loved Duck Soup and Monkey Business

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ctuyed OP wrote

This is unironically what every anarchist thinks when they hear the name Marx.

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conseil wrote

Have you read Stirner?

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thelegendarybirdmonster wrote

Which is harder between stirner and marx? I started the ego and his own but dropped it halfway in.

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conseil wrote

Ego and Its Own sucks, the Unique and Its Property is much better. The old translation is shit.

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emma wrote

What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little liberal? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class at Harvard, and I’ve been involved in numerous chapters of the DSA, and I have over 300 books about Marx. I have read Che's Gorilla Warfare and I’m the top scholar on the entire Soviet Armed Forces. You are nothing to me but just another idealist. I will wipe you the fuck out with dialectics the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words.

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An_Old_Big_Tree wrote (edited )

Not me, why? I mean, aside from the Communist Manifesto.

The closest I've read to Marx is probably Deleuze, and the Situationists.

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ctuyed OP wrote

Just testing a theory that anarchists have such piss poor understanding of theory because they don't have the attention span for Marx.

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celebratedrecluse wrote

damn, that's really condescending. I know it can be difficult to talk to people you deeply disagree with, and I really relate to that, but if you think we're the enemy I think you may be genuinely confused on who you're trying to fight... but do you, don't let me stop ya

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SorosBucks161 wrote

I have read the communist manifesto, critique of the Gotha program and some of Capital.

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betterletter wrote

that fuckin username lmao

dude my soros check didnt come in this week and im $3000 short on rent :( send help

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betterletter wrote

I've read and own the Communist Manifesto and an abridged version of Das Kapital. I agree with about 40% of his writing.

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ctuyed OP wrote

Which parts?

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betterletter wrote

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ctuyed OP wrote

Which parts do you not agree with. Be specific.

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betterletter wrote

why do you need to know? quit interrogating everyone

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ctuyed OP wrote

Because I think you're full of shit, quite frankly.

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celebratedrecluse wrote

I've only read the manifesto and selections from capital-- i have a lot of books to read, and I feel I've absorbed the main ideas from him & Engles through what I've read so far. If there are specific selections from non-antiauthoritarian communists like him that someone wants me to respond to, i try to do so, but tbh I'm trying to self-direct my own reading selections for the most part, and Marx doesn't really seem like the best use of my time

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10th_planet wrote

I had to read it at school. That was a Philosophy subject. Reading Marx is not following his ideas. It may be even useful for those who wanna know more.

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ctuyed OP wrote

And I don't mean the Karl_Marx wikipedia entry.

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