A query about word usage

=?UNKNOWN?Q?M=E1rio_Jos=E9_de?= Lima mjlima at uol.com.br
Sat Dec 1 09:31:07 MST 2001

The term " marxist " is mentioned directly to the writings of Marx; the
concept developed in the workmanship of Marx. On the to other hand, the
marxist term if you tell the aspects / notions of the theoretical current
that it form since the workmanship of Marx.

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From: "Jim Farmelant" <farmelantj at juno.com>
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Sent: Saturday, December 01, 2001 12:00 PM
Subject: A query about word usage

> Can anybody explain the differences in usage between the terms
> "Marxist" and "Marxian"?  Is the choice of one term over the
> other a matter of individual taste, or is there a real distinction?
> Do Americans and Brits differ over the use of these terms?
> Jim Farmelant

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