Marxian


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Marx·i·an

 (märk′sē-ən)
n.
One that studies, advocates, or makes use of Karl Marx's philosophical or socioeconomic concepts as a method of analysis and interpretation, as in political economy or historical or literary criticism.

Marx′i·an adj.
Marx′i·an·ism n.

Marxian

(ˈmɑːksɪən)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or relating to Karl Marx and his theories
ˈMarxianism n
Translations
marxilainen
marxien

Marxian

adjMarxisch
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