• Communist Manifesto and Social Contract (Knowledge Products) Giants of Political Thought Series

  • Di: Ralph Raico
  • Letto da: Craig Deitschman
  • Durata: 2 ore e 54 min
  • Versione integrale
  • Data di pubblicazione: 26 06 2006
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Editore: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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Sintesi dell'editore

Communist Manifesto examines the theory and goals expounded by Karl Marx. Marx argues that history flows inevitably toward a social revolution, which will result in a society without economic classes. The influence on Marx of Hegel, Feuerbach, and other philosophers is examined, as is his friendship and collaboration with Engels.

Social Contract, by Rousseau, argues that people secure their liberty by entering into an implied contract with government. Rather than being protected by natural rights, their liberty is secured by the "general will", one of the most famous and troublesome ideas in political theory. This presentation explores Rousseau's concept of social order and its implications for individual freedom and the good of society.

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  • MacGregor
  • 19 09 2010

Well done

I enjoyed these, both, very much. The producers -- Knowledge Products -- employ both quotes and analysis of the title works, along with the author's life experiences. This offers the listener an overview of the works, not simply a dry reading.

If you're at all interested in 18th-19th century political philosophy, give this a try.

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  • steve
  • 04 05 2010

Both books are were good

Both of these listens were more much interesting than I originally anticipated and overall, I found some of the subjects very intriguing. Plus, the narration was great as well!

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  • RICHARD
  • 25 11 2010

Deceiving but still useful!

This book is not a reading of the communist manifesto. Rather it talks about Karl Marx and select passages of the manifesto. I must say though, after reading this first, the communist manifesto made a lot more sense and in context.