Philosophy of Freedom


Date
Title
Author
Opening

Philosophers, 2005
Tweedie
1

Alberti and Spinoza compilation, 1450
Blunt, Spinoza
2

Idealism and Materialism, (ex The German Ideology), 1845
Marx
3

Theses on Feuerbach, 1845
Marx
4

Freedom and Necessity, Anti-Duhring 1, 11, 1877
Engels
5

On Dialectics, 1878
Engels
6

Socialism, Utopian and Scientific, 1880
Engels
7

Hegel (Ludwig Feuerbach 1), 1886
Engels
8

Marx (Ludwig Feuerbach 4), 1886
Engels
9

3 Sources and 3 Component Parts of Marxism, 1913
Lenin
10

Liberty, a Study in Bourgeois Illusion, 1938
Caudwell
11

The Weapon of Theory, 1966
Cabral
12

Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Chapter 1, 1970
Freire
13

Housing by People, Who decides, 1976
Turner
14

Necessity of Theory (Philosophy and Class Struggle 1), 1976
Dialego
15

Theory of Action (Philosophy and Class Struggle 2), 1976
Dialego
16

Death of the Subject Explained Compilation, 2002
Heartfield
17

Postmodernism, Hindu nationalism and Vedic science, 2004
Nanda
18

Gramsci, Freire, Organic Intellectuals and Critical Pedagogy, 2005
McLaren, Fischman
19

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