Publication
Title
Not a man of solid principles: the relevance of Edgar Bauer's polemical portrait of Karl Marx in his 1843 novella Es leben feste Grundsätze!
Author
Abstract
The protagonist of Edgar Bauers 1843 novella Es leben feste Grundsätze! is a young intellectual named Karl. It can hardly be doubted that Bauers novella is a polemical character study of Karl Marx: the rather demeaning picture of Herr Karl belongs to the heat of controversy between Marx and die Freien, the Berlin Young Hegelians, after the end of their participation in the Rheinische Zeitung in late autumn 1842. So far, Bauers novella has never been used as a potential source to shed light on the deeper causes of animosity between Marx and die Freien.
Language
German, English
Source (journal)
The European journal of the history of economic thought. - Andover, 1993, currens
The European journal of the history of economic thought. - Andover, 1993, currens
Publication
Andover : 2018
ISSN
0967-2567 [print]
1469-5936 [online]
Volume/pages
25 :5 (2018) , p. 679-709
ISI
000467185600002
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UAntwerpen
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Publications with a UAntwerp address
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Creation 26.11.2018
Last edited 23.09.2021
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