The german ideology german die deutsche ideologie is a set of manuscripts written by karl marx and friedrich engels around april or early may 1846 marx and engels did not find a publisher but the work was later retrieved and published for the first time in 1932 by david riazanov through the marx engels institute in moscow. Every epoch he wrote in the german ideology are the ideas of the ruling class by this marx meant that the conventional or mainstream ideas taught in classrooms preached from pulpits and communicated through the mass media are ideas that serve the interests of the dominant class. The german ideology critique of modern german philosophy according to its representatives feuerbach b bauer and stirner and of german socialism according to its various prophets. In the german ideology marx offers an opposite analysis manifested in his materialist approach that sees different ideas and perceptions as the result of material social economical and historical conditions in other words for marx in the german ideology it is reality which creates the mind and not the other way around. A second theme in the german ideology is the questioning of ontological claims such as feuerbachs concept of species being for feuerbach species being was the idea that human beings can understand themselves as
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