Karl Marx Quote

For the world to become philosophic amounts to philosophy's becoming world-order reality; and it means that philosophy, at the same time that it is realized, disappears.


The Difference Between the Democritean and Epicurean Philosophy of Nature (1841)

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For the world to become philosophic amounts to philosophy's becoming world-order reality; and it means that philosophy, at the same time that it is...

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For the world to become philosophic amounts to philosophy's becoming world-order reality; and it means that philosophy, at the same time that it is...

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For the world to become philosophic amounts to philosophy's becoming world-order reality; and it means that philosophy, at the same time that it is...

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For the world to become philosophic amounts to philosophy's becoming world-order reality; and it means that philosophy, at the same time that it is...