Human Nature: The Marxian View  

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"In short, far from supporting Marxism, this theory [natural selection] merely serves, if transferred back from natural history into the society from which it was originally borrowed, to eternalize and justify as though grounded in nature itself, the barbarous economic relations of the particular historical epoch of bourgeois capitalism." --Human Nature: The Marxian View, page 64, Vernon Venable, 1945, see Marx's theory of human nature

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Human Nature: The Marxian View (1945) is a book by Vernon Venable.

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