The German Ideology Book Review

Thursday, October 23, 2008

German Ideology is written by Karl Marx. It was written in 1845 to 1846. The book is written in two Volume. In the first volume of this book is critique of modern German philosophy which is represents by Feuerbach, B. Bauer and Stirner.

When we go to the second volume we get critique of socialism and get the theory of true socialism. It is divided into 4 chapter and in chapter one there is the theory of materialism and idealism, historical development and necessary of the communist revolution.

In the second chapter there is the critique of Bruno Bauer. In 3rd chapter Marx has concluded religion, money, freedom, human nature, language and life.

In the last chapter of the German Ideology book there are critique of all the philosopher for that time who was in the light and produced their unscientific theory.

Google Analytics Book By Brian Clifton

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Web Analytic Book
Recently, Brian Clifton has written a book which is on Google web analytics. Brian Clifton has an honor of (PhD) and worked with marketing and web analytics expert since 1997. In his book Advanced web Metrics with Google Analytics wrote some good thing for Google web analytics for future..

The book is in right way if you are using only the Google web analytics. Before it Web Analytics – An Hour a day Avinash Kausik already have written on the web analytics topics. But the book which is written by Brian Clifton has own importance because it discuss with only Google web analytics.

You can see the book index from here book index. You can read its 1st chapter in free from here chapter 1. The book is available on also where you can buy it.

“The Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism” - Lenin Book

Monday, October 6, 2008

Lenin wrote specially the book for Marxist thought. He wanted to clear Marxist thought clearly. He wrote the book in 1913 as a philosophical achievement. Lenin writes in the book,

“...Throughout the civilised world the teachings of Marx evoke the utmost hostility and hatred of all bourgeois science (both official and liberal), which regards Marxism as a kind of “pernicious sect”. And no other attitude is to be expected, for there can be no “impartial” social science in a society based on class struggle. In one way or another, all official and liberal science defends wage-slavery, whereas Marxism has declared relentless war on that slavery. To expect science to be impartial in a wage-slave society is as foolishly naïve as to expect impartiality from manufacturers on the question of whether workers’ wages ought not to be increased by decreasing the profits of capital.

But this is not all. The history of philosophy and the history of social science show with perfect clarity that there is nothing resembling “sectarianism” in Marxism, in the sense of its being a hidebound, petrified doctrine, a doctrine which arose away from the high road of the development of world civilisation. On the contrary, the genius of Marx consists precisely in his having furnished answers to questions already raised by the foremost minds of mankind. His doctrine emerged as the direct and immediate continuation of the teachings of the greatest representatives of philosophy, political economy and socialism.

The Marxist doctrine is omnipotent because it is true. It is comprehensive and harmonious, and provides men with an integral world outlook irreconcilable with any form of superstition, reaction, or defence of bourgeois oppression. It is the legitimate successor to the best that man produced in the nineteenth century, as represented by German philosophy, English political economy and French socialism.

It is these three sources of Marxism, which are also its component parts that we shall outline in brief...” Read More...

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