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    Page from Karl Marx’s 1844 Economic and Philosophical manuscript
His pages reflect all the confusion his thoughts have made for people around the world, to say the least. No philosophy has ever been responsible for the wholesale slaughter of more human beings around the world in all of history - let alone in just one century - than Marx’s. A distinction some feel great pride in. 

    Page from Karl Marx’s 1844 Economic and Philosophical manuscript

    His pages reflect all the confusion his thoughts have made for people around the world, to say the least. No philosophy has ever been responsible for the wholesale slaughter of more human beings around the world in all of history - let alone in just one century - than Marx’s. A distinction some feel great pride in. 

    (Source: missfolly, via booksnbuildings)