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Though often overshadowed by his friend and collaborator, Friedrich Engels played a significant role in creating “Marxism.” In addition to his contributions as Karl Marx’s coauthor, Engels was a tireless advocate for Marx’s ideas following the latter’s death. Even so, Engels has been subject to controversy, and some readers have insisted he played a small role in Marx’s intellectual life. Others have understood Engels’ writings on science, gender, and politics as expanding the scope of Marxism – transforming it into something capable of evolving alongside an ever-changing world.
Engels, "Socialism: Utopian and Scientific"
Engels, "The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State"
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