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Philosophy and Revolution From Kant to MarxErating two antagonistic perspectives within the progressive currents of German society On the one side were those socialists—among them Moses Hess and the young Friedrich Engels—who sought to discover a principle of harmony and Revolution From Kant to PDFEPUB or in social relations bypassing the uestion of revolutionary politics On the other side the poet Heinrich Heine and the young Karl Marx developed a new perspective articulating revolutionary rupture proletarian hegemony and struggle for democracy thereby redefining the very notion of politics itself