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Pandemonium Documents concerning Marxist Materialist Philosophy - By Franz J. T. Lee


Pandemonium Documents concerning Marxist Materialist Philosophy

Introductory Comments
The archive below shows that we always oscillate between act and thought, between Science and Philosophy. The Essays to which the international comrades are referring to are study manuscripts, heavily leaning on the Principle of Hope of my Marxist teacher Ernst Bloch. Not only our political analysis and works are welcome internationally, also our ideas, thoughts, theories and philosophy are inspiring socialists and Marxists across the globe. The references below witness the seriousness of our scientific, philosophic praxis-theory. Our readers and students could click on the respective links and enjoy our essays.
Per aspera ad astra!
Franz. 



[OPE] Philosophical Essays on Materialism and Marxism

From: gerald_levy1973 (Gerald_A_Levy@msn.com)

http://ricardo.ecn.wfu.edu/~cottrell/ope/archive/0804/0156.html

Date: Tue Apr 08 2008 - 16:54:19 EDT

via Ralph Dumain's marxistphilosophy group
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html>




[OPE] Philoso


Philosophical Essays on Materialism and Marxism
By Prof. Dr. Franz J. T. Lee,
Department of Post-Graduate Studies,
Faculty of Juridical & Political Sciences,
University of the Andes,
M�rida, Venezuela.
PUBLISHED APRIL 5, 2001.
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890164>

A. The Origins of Greek Materialism: From the Sixth to the Fifth 
Century B.C.
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890165>

1. Materialist Origin
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890166>
2.  The Age of the �Seven Wise Men"
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890167>
3. Concerning Bias
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890168>
4. Concerning Thales
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890169>
5. Concerning Anaximander (about 610 to 547 B.C.), also of Miletius
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890170>
6. Heracleitus and Parmenides
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890171>




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B. Materialism in Greek Philosophy: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890172>�
 Hýle" or �Arché- Search for the Primordial Substance
  <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890173>
  Socrates (probably lives from 469-399 B.C)
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890174>
  Plato (427 - 347 B.C.) � 
  Eros and Idea 
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890175>
  Aristotle 
(384-322 B.C.) � 
  Not Yet Accomplished Enteleche�a
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890176>




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C. The Concept Matter
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890176>
 History and the Contents of the Concept Matter: From Greek 
Antiquity  to the Renaissance
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890177>
 Not Always the Same
 <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890178>
 Searching for the Arché, the Principium
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890179>
  The First Philosophers � The Milesians
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890180>
  Thales (ca. 624 - 546 B.C.)
   <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890181>
  Anaximander (611/10 - 547/46 B.C.)
 <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890182>
  Anaximenes (dates uncertain, flourished before 494 B.C.)
 <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890183>
 Heracleitus - Fire - Becoming
 <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890184>
 Parmenides and Xenophanes � World Sphere, One - Immobility
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890185>
 Empedocles, Anaxagoras, Democritus
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890186>
  The Sophists  - The Wandering Educators
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890187>
  Plato - Aristotle: Matter is Indefinite and Fermenting Definite
  <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890188>
  Epicurus, Stoics, Plotin
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890189>
  The Stoics � No Accident, No Chance, Only �Advice of Zeus"
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890190>
   Plotin - Changing the Platonic �not�Being", Matter, to Evil
   <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890191>
  Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) - Original Light (Urlicht)
   <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890192>
   Giovanni Pico de la Mirandola (1463-1494)
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890193>
  Telesio (1508-1588)
  <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890194>
  Patrizzi (1529-1597)
 <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890195>
   Pomponazzi (1462-1525)
  <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890196>

D. Marx and Engels: From Idealism to Materialism
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890197>
   Karl Marx, Childhood and Youth
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890198>
   Student Years in Bonn and Berlin
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890199>
   Marx's Letter to His Father of November 10/11, 1837
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890200>
   Marx and the Young Hegelians in Berlin
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890201>
   Marx's Doctoral Dissertation, 1839-1841
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890202>
   Marx and Feuerbach
  <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890203>
   Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Law, Study of History, 1843-1844
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890204>
   The �Deutsch-Franz�sische Jahrb�cher" - Friendship With Friedrich
   Engels
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890205>




F. The Materialist View of History
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890216>
   The Holy Family, November, 1844
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890217>
   The German Ideology, 1845-1846
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890218>

G. Charles Darwin and Karl Marx: A Critical Appraisal
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890219>

H. Wisdom, Philosophy and the Proletariat
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890220>

I. Ideology and Revolutionary Theory-Praxis
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890221>

1. General
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890222>

2. Historical
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890223>

3. 
<http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890223>
   Ideology Before Marx
    <http://www.franz-lee.org/files/essays1.html#_Toc17890224>

4. Scientific Socialist Concept of �Ideology" (Marx)

(To be continued soon)


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