Historical materialism

Marxists do not see history as a mere series of isolated facts but rather, they seek to discover the general processes and laws that govern nature and society. The first condition for science in general is that we are able to look beyond the particular and arrive at the general. The idea that human history is not governed by any laws is contrary to all science.

Title Created Date Author
Introduction to the Revolutionary Philosophy of Marxism 21 December 2018 Alan Woods
Introduction to the Revolutionary Philosophy of Marxism – part two 14 December 2018 Alan Woods
Of Marx, mice and Alberto Garzón: part two 26 September 2018 Alberto Arregui (Federal Coordinating Committee of United left) and Alan Woods
Of Marx, mice and Alberto Garzón: part one 25 September 2018 Alberto Arregui (Federal Coordinating Committee of United left) and Alan Woods
The class struggles in the Roman Republic: introduction to the first German edition 01 June 2018 Alan Woods
Capitalism: a history of horror without end [Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4] 21 March 2017 Fred Weston
What is historical materialism? 14 January 2016 Alan Woods
What is Marxism? 16 July 2015 (Various authors)
The Ideas of Karl Marx 21 June 2013 Alan Woods
The class struggle in the Roman Republic 04 September 2009 Alan Woods
Civilization, Barbarism and the Marxist view of History 17 July 2002 Alan Woods
Engels and Human Development 15 June 2000
What is Marxism? 15 March 2000 Rob Sewell and Alan Woods
150 years of the Communist Manifesto 25 November 1997 Alan Woods