Top 50 Karl Marx Quotes on Leadership, Life, Education and Success

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Top 50 Karl Marx Quotes on Leadership, Life, Education and Success

Top 50 Karl Marx Quotes on Leadership, Life, Education and Success

 

“Workers of The World Unite; You have Nothing to Lose but Your Chains.”

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“History Repeats itself, First as Tragedy, Second as Farce.”

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“Catch a Man a Fish, and You can Sell it to him. Teach a Man to Fish, and You Ruin a Wonderful Business Opportunity.”

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“The First Requisite for The Happiness of The People is The Abolition of Religion.”

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“Surround Yourself with People who Make You Happy. People who Make You Laugh, who Help You when You’re in Need. People who Genuinely Care. They are The Ones Worth Keeping in Your Life. Everyone else is just Passing through.”

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“The Philosophers have only Interpreted The World, in Various Ways. The Point, however, is to Change it.”

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“The Last Capitalist We Hang shall be The One who Sold us The Rope.”

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“The Writer may Very Well Serve a Movement of History as its Mouthpiece, but He Cannot of Course Create it.”

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“The Rich will Do Anything for The Poor but Get off their Backs.”

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“The Proletarians have Nothing to Lose but their Chains.”

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“The Past Lies Like a Nightmare upon The Present.”

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“Religion is The Opium of The Masses.”

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“Capital is Money, Capital is Commodities. By Virtue of it Being Value, It has Acquired The Occult Ability to Add Value to itself. It Brings Forth Living Offspring, or, at The Least, Lays Golden Eggs.”

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“The Oppressed are Allowed Once Every few Years to Decide which Particular Representatives of The Oppressing Class are to Represent and Repress them.” 

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“My Object in Life is to Dethrone God and Destroy Capitalism.”

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“Communism Deprives No Man of The Ability to Appropriate The Fruits of his Labour. The only Thing it Deprives him of is The Ability to Enslave Others by Means of such Appropriations.”

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“Medicine Heals Doubts as well as Diseases.”

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“Religion is The Sigh of The Oppressed Creature, The Heart of a Heartless World, and The Soul of Soulless Conditions. It is The Opium of The People.”

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“History does Nothing; it does Not Possess Immense Riches, It does Not Fight Battles. It is Men, Real, Living, who Do all this.”

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“The Theory of The Communists may be Summed Up in The Single Sentence: Abolition of Private Property.”

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“Hegel Remarks Somewhere that all Great, World-Historical Facts and Personages Occur, as it were, Twice. He has Forgotten to Add: The First Time as Tragedy, The Second as Farce.”

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“Social Progress can be Measured by The Social Position of The Female Sex.”

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“There is a Specter Haunting Europe, The Specter of Communism.”

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“Accumulation of Wealth at One Pole is at The Same Time Accumulation of Misery, Agony of Toil, Slavery, Ignorance, Brutality, Mental Degradation, at The Opposite Pole.”

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“The Production of too many Useful Things Results in too many Useless People.”

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“I Don't Like Money, Money is The Reason We Fight.”

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“Reason has Always Existed, but Not Always in a Reasonable form.”

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“Let The Ruling Classes Tremble at a Communist Revolution. The Proletarians have Nothing to Lose, but their Chains. Workers of The World Unite!”

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“Democracy is The Road to Socialism.”

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“The Development of Civilization and Industry in General has Always Shown itself so Active in The Destruction of Forests that Everything that has been Done for their Conservation and Production is Completely Insignificant in Comparison.”

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“Men's Ideas are The Most Direct Emanations of their Material State.”

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“The only Antidote to Mental Suffering is Physical Pain.”

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“Social Reforms are Never Carried Out by The Weakness of The Strong; but Always by The Strength of The Weak.”

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“For The Bureaucrat, The World is a Mere Object to be Manipulated by him.”

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“Landlords, Like all Other Men, Love to Reap where They Never Sowed.”

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“All I Know is I’m Not a Marxist.”

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“The Writer must Earn Money in Order to be Able to Live and to Write, but He must by No Means Live and Write for The Purpose of Making Money.”

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“The Human Being is in The Most Literal Sense a Political animal, Not Merely a Gregarious animal, but an animal which can Individuate itself only in The Midst of Society.”

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“Capital is Dead Labor, which, Vampire-like, Lives only by Sucking Living Labor, and Lives The More, The More Labor it Sucks.”

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“Under The Ideal Measure of Values there Lurks The Hard cash.”

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“Be Careful to Trust a Person who does Not Like Wine.”

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“All Social Rules and All Relations between Individuals are Eroded by a Cash Economy, Avarice Drags Pluto himself Out of The Bowels of The Earth.”

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“Money is a Crystal Formed of Necessity in The Course of The Exchanges.”

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“To be Radical is to Grasp Things by The Root.”

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“Nothing can have Value Without Being an Object of Utility.”

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“Experience Praises The Most Happy The One who Made The Most People Happy.”

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“While The Miser is Merely a Capitalist Gone Mad, The Capitalist is a Rational miser.”

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