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Most of Marx's comments on methodology and science are scattered in such works as The Holy Family, The Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts, the Theses on Feuerbach, The German Ideology, the Grundrisse, Capital, and his Correspondence.
Like the previous chapter, it focuses on the development of Marx's ideas and the major texts from this period: The German Ideology, The Poverty of Philosophy, and the Manifesto of the Communist Party--a work that, Thomas reminds us, was not very significant in the time after its publication.
Of the many he used, I will primarily concentrate on three: the "concrete" (Grundrisse), "civil society" (The German Ideology and The Communist Manifesto), and "ideology" (The German Ideology, The Holy Family, and The Jewish Question).

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