“Individualism and the Industrial Revolution” by Ludwig von Mises
From the viewpoint of Marx and Engels, the individual was a negligible thing in the eyes of the nation. Marx and Engels denied that the individual played a role in historical evolution. According to them, history goes its own way. The material productive forces go their own way, developing independently of the wills of individuals.
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Mises Daily: Monday, November 28, 2011
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