1. Karl Marx is typically cited as one of the principal architects of modern social science.
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9. Karl Marx became interested in the recently deceased German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, whose ideas were then widely debated among European philosophical circles.
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14. Karl Marx criticised right-wing European governments as well as figures in the liberal and socialist movements, whom he thought ineffective or counter-productive.
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15. In 1843, Karl Marx became co-editor of a new, radical left-wing Parisian newspaper, the, then being set up by the German activist Arnold Ruge to bring together German and French radicals.
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16. Karl Marx contributed two essays to the paper, "Introduction to a Contribution to the Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right" and "On the Jewish Question", the latter introducing his belief that the proletariat were a revolutionary force and marking his embrace of communism.
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20. Karl Marx used the trip as an opportunity to examine the economic resources available for study in various libraries in London and Manchester.
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22. Whereas the utopians believed that people must be persuaded one person at a time to join the socialist movement, the way a person must be persuaded to adopt any different belief, Karl Marx knew that people would tend, on most occasions, to act in accordance with their own economic interests, thus appealing to an entire class with a broad appeal to the class's best material interest would be the best way to mobilise the broad mass of that class to make a revolution and change society.
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23. Temporarily settling down in Paris, Karl Marx transferred the Communist League executive headquarters to the city and set up a German Workers' Club with various German socialists living there.
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24. Karl Marx moved to London in early June 1849 and would remain based in the city for the rest of his life.
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51. Karl Marx was absolutely opposed to Pan-Slavism, viewing it as an instrument of Russian foreign policy.
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55. In 2017, a feature film, titled The Young Karl Marx, featuring Marx, his wife Jenny Marx, and Engels, among other revolutionaries and intellectuals prior to the Revolutions of 1848, received good reviews for both its historical accuracy and its brio in dealing with intellectual life.
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