منشاء خانواده، مالکیت خصوصی و دولت

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منشاء خانواده، مالکیت خصوصی و دولت

منشاء خانواده، مالکیت خصوصی و دولت By Friedrich Engels خسرو پارسا

  • Title: منشاء خانواده، مالکیت خصوصی و دولت
  • Author: Friedrich Engels خسرو پارسا
  • ISBN: 9645620457
  • Page: 407
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    1. Nathan "N.R." Gaddis on said:

      I read Engels The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State in the interest of sorting out the Marx Engels position on the family and for background to the frequently mis read passage in The Communist Manifesto about the community of women Engels composed Origin, published in 1884, from notes he and Marx had made from their reading of the anthropologist Lewis Henry Morgan s Ancient Society, or Researches in the Lines of Human Progress from Savagery Through Barbarism to Civilization 1 [...]

    2. Edward on said:

      IntroductionNote on the Text The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the StateGlossary of Some Contemporary Terms and Concordance with Engels s UsageIndex

    3. Helen on said:

      The book, written in 1884, examines controversies of the time as to the origin of the State Research and knowledge available up to that point seem to point to common levels of human progress which the author says confirms his idea that society was once based on a communistic model He cites information on the American Indians, the German tribes that conquered Rome and why Rome fell , how Greek society was organized prior to a State organization Engels says that all State structures are designed t [...]

    4. Jennifer Lynn Harrison on said:

      One of the very first IMPORTANT works that I ever read in university This provoked discussion among my friends and felt RELEVANT despite being so very old If Karl Marx is too dry for you or too long then try Engels, Marx s tag team partner in thought Jen from Quebec 0

    5. Varad Deshmukh on said:

      Friedrich Engels takes you on a tour around the evolution of the human society into the current establishment we take for granted as the ever existing standard No doubt there are many holes left in this study of anthropology, it provides a systematic study into the transformation of an egalitarian society of humans in their primitive stages savagery barbarism to a state controlled monogamist society civilization I What s good about the book Its a great introduction to anthropology for everyone, [...]

    6. Bradley on said:

      Most of the work outlined in this book has been disproved It is rudimentary, a great summation of mid 19th century anthropology I like his analysis of Iroquois tribes as compared with Far Eastern configurations of the family Basically his argument is that pre capitalist societies and non western societies, notably Native American tribes have already understood basic principles of communism, and that in many ways it is natural to have common property rights, and community based child raising, th [...]

    7. Hosna on said:

      This is a very interesting work, specially considering the time when it was written Engels, being very modern for his time, portrays how the first class antagonism in history coincides with the development of a patriarchal society, as man started to settle down and gain private properties He also shows a parallel between the domination of the male in the household with the antagonism between social classes.

    8. Jeffwest15 on said:

      I re read this after some 30 years after having recommended it to someone Engels provides a materialist view of the origin and development of human social structures by linking the then recent findings of Lewis Morgan on primitive families to the underlying means of procurring food, shelter, and tools.He traces the origin of the modern male dominated monogamous family through early group marriage, development of the incest taboos, and gens clan structure arriving at the monogamous family with th [...]

    9. Christoph White on said:

      Giving a synopsis of this is turning out to be a struggle As I read Friedrich Engels book about the anthropology of family I found myself taking copious amount of notes And not notes that I care to share in a review of the text it was as if I was reading this text for a class I have become increasingly interested in Socialism over the past few years I can remember being a Socialist punk teenager, reading the works of Marx and saying F the system But the truth is I never really read Marx I coul [...]

    10. Feliks on said:

      This book infuriates and overturns feminists Or, as good as does It s not a perfectly authoritative work but nevertheless, they simply have no answer to anthropological summaries like this At the very least, Engels shows that there are all sorts of other answers besides blaming supposed male dominance from time immemorial Uh, no Sorry, ladies If we go back far enough in time, we find that it was women who ran early society But nevermind even this rather pointless fault finding Dissatisfied with [...]

    11. 6655321 on said:

      Honestly it took me forever to read this i think i started sometime last year because outside of the fact that Engels simply is not a good writer he isn t and some of the examples in here are made up colonial anthropology which they are and don t really hold water as examples you would get in trouble for citing the research although you can cite Engels conclusions frequently for all of his proclaiming the historical materialist method as answering questions about family private property the stat [...]

    12. Danae on said:

      Incre ble revisi n A pesar de la perspectiva desde el materialismo hist rico, la vocaci n anarquista no la puede esconder el Engels 3Me parece un libro clave para entender las luchas de las mujeres que en estos tiempos de feminismo blanco requieren urgente un componente de clase.Ojal todo el mundo se lo leyera, pocos textos encienden la llama interior del alma que te hace buscar sin descanso el fin del estado y del patriarcado

    13. Oscar Fuentevilla on said:

      Muy buen simo libro Definitivamente pesado, tedioso y lento en algunas partes, hubo momentos que parec a que nada m s repet a y repet a y sobreanalizaba, pero no, cada palabra fue b sica para poder entender todo el concepto.En resumen es una historia de la sociedad desde tiempos de salvajismo y como han ido evolucionando y cambiando las reglas sociales, comportamientos, idea de familia Vemos como se crearon diferentes tipos de familias y las etapas o estad os c mo hemos pasado por diferentes tip [...]

    14. Jesse on said:

      That society has not always been based on money, which is to say, on private property, should be uncontroversial, but it is often, for many people, perhaps, unthinkable In what is surely Engels most profound description of how civilization got this way , the reader is guided, with the aid of the anthropologist Morgan s schematic outline for the study of historical stages found in his book, Ancient Society, through the historical permutations and evolutions of such seemingly immovable categorica [...]

    15. Ayse Sen on said:

      ilk a lardan g n m ze kad n n toplumdaki yerinden, ailenin olu umunu, devleti ve zel m lkeyetin k kenini anlatan bir kaynak biraz kar k olmas size ba ka kaynaklardan ara t rma yapman za neden olabilir.

    16. Jsludika on said:

      Libro fundamental Deber a ser lectura obligatoria en escuelas y universidades De absuluta actualidad.

    17. Steven on said:

      Enlightened my thinking on nature of the family, women s rights and private property.

    18. Julieta Arien on said:

      Espectacular Gracias biblioteca por tener a mano esta joya Me abri la cabeza, me hizo re r, aprend m s sobre historia y ampli mi vocabulario sociocient fico Impecable la escrituro de Engels, f cil de seguir, sin necesidad de haber le do a Marx Lo supera ampliamente a su amigo.

    19. alternBRUNO°° on said:

      Tras meses de resistencia logr terminar este libro Es un tratado que escribe Engels para complementar las investigaciones de Marx y Morgan en torno a la familia como unidad m nima de articulaci n del Estado Tomando como base la periodizaci n del salvajismo, la barbarie y el Estado, analiza la transformaci n de un estadio de libre comercio sexual a la familia consangu nea, la familia punal a, la sindi smica y por ltimo la familia mon gama Ubica el desarrollo de la familia y su conexi n con el Est [...]

    20. Dr. A on said:

      Read this and reviews of other classics in Western Philosophy on the History page of BestPhilosophyBooks athinkPhilosophy Production A persistently undervalued work, Friedrich Engels The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State remains a most salient account of the relationship between private property and the marriage compact through which women are subjugated The argument is further developed by structural anthropologist Claude Levi Strauss and Gayle Rubin for the latter, see The T [...]

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