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  1. Eduard Bernstein. Member of the Reichstag. from Brandenburg. In office. 7 June 1920 – 20 May 1928. Constituency. Potsdam (Teltow-Beeskow-Charlottenburg) Member of the Imperial Reichstag.

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  3. Eduard Bernstein - Wikipedia

    Eduard Bernstein. Member of the Reichstag. from Brandenburg. In office. 7 June 1920 – 20 May 1928. Constituency. Potsdam (Teltow-Beeskow-Charlottenburg) Member of the Imperial Reichstag.

  4. Eduard Bernstein | German Social Democrat, Revisionist ...

    Eduard Bernstein, Social Democratic propagandist, political theorist, and historian, one of the first Socialists to attempt a revision of Karl Marx’s tenets, such as abandoning the ideas of the imminent collapse of the capitalist economy and the seizure of power by the proletariat.

  5. Revisionism | Socialist Theory, Dialectical Materialism ...

    Revisionism, in Marxist thought, originally the late 19th-century effort of Eduard Bernstein to revise Marxist doctrine. Rejecting the labour theory of value, economic determinism, and the significance of the class struggle, Bernstein argued that by that time German society had disproved some of.

  6. Eduard Bernstein summary | Britannica

    Eduard Bernstein, (born Jan. 6, 1850, Berlin, Prussia—died Dec. 18, 1932, Berlin, Germany), German politician and writer. He joined the German Social Democratic Party in 1872, then spent years in exile as an editor of socialist journals.

  7. ‘The natural leader of the proletariat’: Eduard Bernstein on ...

    Eduard Bernstein is widely recognized as the initiator of a revision of Marxism in the German Social Democratic party (SPD) and wider Second International in the 1890s. Although he was a loyal foll...

  8. Eduard Bernstein - New World Encyclopedia

    Eduard Bernstein (January 6 1850 - December 18 1932) was a German social democratic theoretician and politician, member of the SPD, and founder of evolutionary socialism or reformism. With the passing of Karl Marx (1818-1883) and Friedrich Engels , Eduard Bernstein (1850-1932) was recognized as a major socialist thinker and, in many socialist ...

  9. Bernstein: The Preconditions of Socialism

    Bernstein: The Preconditions of Socialism. Search within full text. Get access. Cited by 86. Eduard Bernstein. Edited by Henry Tudor, University of Durham. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Online publication date: June 2012. Print publication year: 1993.

  10. Eduard Bernstein - Wikiwand

    Eduard Bernstein ( German: [ˈeːduaʁt ˈbɛʁnʃtaɪn]; 6 January 1850 – 18 December 1932) was a German social democratic Marxist theorist and politician. A member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD), Bernstein had held close association to Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, but he began to identify what he believed to be errors in ...

  11. Eduard Bernstein and the Lessons of the German Revolution

    Abstract. Eduard Bernstein, the instigator and primary advocate of ‘reformism’ within the social democratic movement, played a central part in the German Revolution and in the early months of the nascent Republic as a treasury minister in the interim Council of People’s Deputies. Bernstein revisited the ‘reform or revolution’ question ...

  12. Eduard Bernstein |

    BERNSTEIN, EDUARD (1850–1932), German socialist theoretician, spokesman for the socalled revisionist group which challenged orthodox Marxist doctrines. Born in Berlin, Bernstein was the son of a Jewish engine driver.