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153 Capital, Chicago, Vol. III, p.952.

154 V.G. Childe, Society and Knowledge, New York, 1956, p.97.

155 M. Born, The Concept of Reality in Physics, p.319.

156 L. d. Broglie, Physics and Microphysics, New York, 1960, p.68.

157 W. Heisenberg, From Plato to Max Planck. Atlantic Monthly, Boston, November, 1959, p.113.

158 W. Heisenberg, From Plato to Planck, p.112.

159 M. Planck, A Survey of Physical Theory, New York, 1960, p.64.

160 E. Borel, Space & Time, New York, 1960, p.182.

161 See: M. Born, Voraussagbarkeit in der klassischen Mechanik. Physikalische Blatter, 1959, Heft 8.

162 W. Heisenberg, From Plato to Max Planck, p.112.

163 The Concept of Reality in Physics, p.320.

164 A.G. Meyer, Marxism: The Unity of Theory and Practice, Cambridge, 1954, p. 10.

165 Chapman & Hall, 1938

166 Collected under the title Marxismus und Philosophie, Leipzig, 1930. (Marxism and Philosophy, separately, was published first in 1923)

167 Die Materialistische Geschichtsauffassung, Eine Auseinandersetzung mit Karl Kautsky, Leipzig, 1929.

168 The debate included George Lukacs’ History and Class Consciousness, 1923, which, like Korsch’s work, was considered an idealist deviation from Marxism.

169 K. Korsch, Der Weg der Komintern, Berlin, 1926.

170 Kommunistische Arbeiter Partei, Allgemeine Arbeiter Union, and the political groups associated with F. Pfempfert, O. Rühle, and the journal Die Aktion.

171 Introduction to Das Kapital, Berlin, 1933, p.33.

172 Ibid.

173 K. Korsch, Why I am a Marxist, Modern Monthly, New York, Vol. IX, No. 2, p.88.

174 K. Korsch, Kari Marx, London, 193 8, p.90.

175 Ibid., p.91.

176 Ibid., p.114.

177 Norbert Wiener, The Human Use of Human’ Beings, New York, 1954, p. 162.

178 Calling all Jobs, National Association of Manufacturers, New York, October, 1957, p. 21.

179 W. H. Ferry, Caught on the Horn of Plenty, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, January, 1962, p. 1.

180 The New York Times, February 16, 1962.

181 Cybernation: The Silent Conquest, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1962.

182 Ibid., p. 13.

183 Ibid., p. 16.

184 The New York Times, April 6, 1961, p. 18.

185 D. N. Michael, Cybernation, p. 26.

186 Ibid., p. 46.

187 Ibid.

188 National Bureau of Economic Research, Princeton, 1961.

189 S. Kuznets, Capital in the American Economy, p. 442.

190 Ibid., p. 443.

191 Ibid., p. 453.

192 Ibid., p. 457.

193 Ibid., p. 460.

194 Ritchie Calder, Technology: Europe’s Needs and Resources, New York, 1961, p. 789.

195 P. Einzig, The Economic Consequences of Automation, New York, 1957, p. 65.

196 P. de Latie, Thinking by Machine, Boston, 1957, p. 284.

197 R. Theobald, The Challenge of Abundance, New York, 1962, p. 86.

198 The Journal of Eugene Delacroix, New York, 1961, p. 512.

199 G. Lichtheim, Marxism: An Historical and Critical Study (London, 1961), p. 394.

200 L. Kolakowsld. Der Mensch ohne Alternative (Munich, 1961) p. 23.

201 K. Korsch, ‘Sozialisierung und Arbeiterbewegung’, in Freies Deutschland, Hannover, 1919.

202 K. Korsch, Was ist Sozialisierung? Sorialistische Schriftenreeihe, Heft 1, Hannover, 1919.

203 K. Korsch, Quintessence des Marxismus (Berlin-Leipzig, 1922); Kernpunkte der Materialistischen Geschichtsauffassung (Berlin, 1922); Marxismus und Philosophie, Archiv fur die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung (Leipzig, 1923), etc.

204 Collected in the second, enlarged edition of Marxismus und Philosophie (Leipzig, 1930).

205 Ibid. p. 89.

206 K. Korsch, Der Weg der Komintem (Berlin, 1926).

207 K. Korsch, Die Materialistische Geschichtsauffassung: Eine Auseinandersetsuns mil Karl Kautsky (Leipzig, 1929).

208 Das Kapital. Mit Vorrede und Anmerkungen von Karl Korsch (Berlin, 1932).

209 Brecht referred to Korsch and to Fritz Stemberg as his Marxist teachers. But their teaching was obviously lost on the pupil, who remained a Stalinist with bourgeois inclinations until his death. However, there were some results of the Korsch-Brecht ‘collaboration’, for instance, Brecht’s attempt (in rather questionable taste) to modernise and re-write the Communist Manifesto in hexametric form. See: W. Rash, ‘Bertold Brecht’s Marxistischer Lehrer’, Merkur, October 1963; Sinn und Form, No. 2/3, 1963.

210 Published in London in 1938 and re-issued in New York, 1963. A German version is soon to appear under the auspices of the Institute for Social History, Amsterdam.

211 Living Marxism and, later, New Essays, both published in Chicago from 1934 to 1943. A selection of Korsch’s articles from these periodicals will be published by the Amsterdam Institute for Social History, and another selection by Feltrinelli, Milan. See also K. Korsch, ‘The New Program of the American Workers Party’, Council Correspondence (Chicago), January 1935.

212 Living Marxism, Vol. V, No. 3, p. 47.

213 Published in 1959 in Arguments (Paris), No. 16.

214 K. Korsch. ‘The Marxist Ideology in Russia’, Living Marxism, Vol IV, No. 2, p. 50; ‘Marx’s Stellung in der Europaeischen Revolution von 1848’, Die Schule, No. 5, 1948.

215 K. Korsch, ‘Marxism and the Present Task of the Proletarian Class Struggle’, Living Marxism, Vol. IV, No. 4, p. ll9.

216 Karl Marx, Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844, Moscow, pp 75-76.

217 Ibid, p 69.

218 Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, The German Ideology, New York, 1939, pp 7-8.

219 Ibid, pp 14-15.

220 Karl Marx, Grundrisse der Kritik der Politischen Oekonomie, Berlin, 1953, p 176.

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