Karl marx

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Karl Heinrich Marx
Karl Heinrich Marx
2012
Pedro Galvão
Luciana Araújo – Cento de Idiomas
10/12/2012
2012
Pedro Galvão
Luciana Araújo – Cento de Idiomas
10/12/2012

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About 2Political Involvement 2
Death 3
References 3

About

Karl Marx was born in Trier, Kingdom of Prussia in 1818. Now this location is Germany. Everybody say he is German.
He was privatelyeducated until 1830, when he entered Trier High School, whose headmaster Hugo Wyttenbach was a friend of his father. Wyttenbach had employed many liberal humanists as teachers. This angered the government,causing the police to raid the school in 1832, when they discovered what they labelled seditious literature that espoused political liberalism being distributed amongst the students. In 1830, Marxbegan his studies at the Lycée Friedrich Wilhelm, in Trier, the year when revolutions broke out in several European countries. Later joined the University of Bonn to study Law, transferring the nextyear to the University of Berlin, where the German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, whose work had a great influence on Marx, was a professor and dean.
In Berlin Marx joined the Doctors'Club, which was led by Bruno Bauer. There he lost interest in the law and turned to philosophy, having actively participated in the movement of the Young Hegelians. His father died in the same year. In1841, he obtained a doctorate in philosophy with a thesis on "Differences of philosophy of nature in Democritus and Epicurus". Prevented to pursue an academic career, became, in 1842, editor of theRheinische Zeitung, a journal of the province of Cologne. He met Friedrich Engels in the same year, during a visit to this newspaper's offices.
Political Involvement

In 1843, the Rheinische Zeitungwas closed after publishing a series of attacks on the Prussian government. Having lost his job as editor-in-chief, Marx moved to Paris. There took over the publication Annals Franco-German and was...
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