Marxist

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From French marxiste

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Marxist ‎(not comparable)

  1. Following the ideals of Marxism.
    • 1925: Nikolaĭ Ivanovich Bukharin, Lenin as a Marxist, Communist Party of Great Britain, page 7
      Lenin's Marxist tendencies were underscored by his beliefs in state capitalism and the inconsistency of socialist democracy with the rule and dictatorship of one individual.
    • 2015: Q. Edward Wang, Marxist Historiographies: A Global Perspective, Routledge, page 187
      Some of the historians working on these projects were influenced in some way or another by Marxist views toward history.

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Marxist ‎(plural Marxists)

  1. One that believes in or follows the ideals of Marxism.
    • 2001: Adam Mars-Jones, Mr. Fortune's Maggot: And, the Salutation With An Introduction by Adam Mars-Jones, The New York Review of Books, introduction
      What sort of Marxist devotes six years to the perfecting of a novel so remote from the struggle for tomorrow?
    • 2015: Park Si-soo, Leading Economist Dies at 73, The Korea Times
      Korea's leading Marxist economist Kim Soo-haeng, who translated the legendary economic book "Capital: Critique of Political Economy" into Korean in 1990, died of a heart attack in the United States, recently.

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Etymology[edit]

From Marxismus + -ist

Noun[edit]

Marxist m ‎(genitive Marxisten, plural Marxisten)

  1. a Marxist

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