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  • Making a Financial Contribution to the MIA
    the only types of donations that are accepted by the MIA 2 How can I make a make a monetary donation to the MIA 3 Are U S donations to the MIA tax deductible 4 Does the MIA accept donations via credit card 5 How will my contribution appear on my credit card statement 6 How long does my subscription last 7 How can I donate if I can t use PayPal 8 Can I obtain a receipt for my donation 1 Are monetary donations the only types of donations that are accepted by the MIA No The MIA is maintained by volunteers who donate their time and labor We also accept donations of books and supplies If you are interested in donating your labor or materials please send an inquiry to the MIA Administrators 2 How can I make a make a monetary donation to the MIA Currently we accept donations via PayPal We have arranged for several payment options including payments via monthly subscription and or one time donations To review these options and donate now click here 3 Are U S donations to the MIA tax deductible Yes In October 2003 the MIA was designated as a 501 c 3 organization by the U S government Financial donations are tax deductible 4 Does the MIA accept donations via credit card Yes Credit card donations can be made via PayPal but PayPal will retain a small service charge from these contributions 5 How will my contribution appear on my credit card statement If a donation appears on your credit card statement it will appear as MARXISTSINT along with the amount of your contribution 6 How long does my subscription last Once you have subscribed via PayPal donations will continue to be made on your behalf until you opt

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  • Marxists Internet Archive Publications
    by Progress Publishers in the 1970s of the second generation of Soviet followers of Lev Vygotsky Since the fall of the Soviet Union while remaining in the public domain these works have become unavailable in most cases even on the second hand market And yet there is vast research community across the world which builds on Vygotsky and Activity theory particularly in education departments Each of the three books beginning the series is a collection of the English translations from one of the three authors Alexei Leontyev Alexander Meshcheryakov and Evald Ilyenkov plus a short preface by Prof Mike Cole of the University of California San Diego Every university or education faculty library should have this series Titles included are from Leontyev The Development of Mind The Problem of the Origin of Sensation The Biological and Social in Man s Psyche An Outline of the Evolution of the Psyche The Historical Approach to Study of the Human Psyche The Development of Higher Forms of Memory The Psychological Principles of Preschool Play The Theory of the Development of the Child s Psyche Child Development and the Problem of Mental Deficiency Activity and Consciousness from Ilyenkov The Ideal in Human Activity Dialectical Logic Descartes Leibniz The Subject Matter of Logic Spinoza Thought as an Attribute of Substance Kant Logic and Dialectics Fichte Schelling Dualism or Monism Hegel Dialectics as Logic Feuerbach Idealism or Materialism A Critique of Objective Idealism Thought as the Subject Matter of Logic Dialectics and the Theory of Knowledge Contradiction as a Category of Dialectical Logic The Problem of the General in Dialectics Activity and Knowledge The Universal The Concept of the Ideal Reflections on Lenin s book Materialism and Empirio Criticism and Meshcheryakov Awakening To Life Deaf blind Children Problems of Deaf blindness Forming Behaviour and Developing Their

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  • Copyright Restrictions
    Circular 1 US Copyright Circular 15 See Also Cornell Institute for Digital Collections Bromberg Sunstein flowchart Using Copyright Notices on MIA The documents you publish on MIA will fall into one of four categories Cite the appropriate category for any work you publish on MIA Copyright Materials that we have recieved permission to publish Public Domain Materials that are no longer copyright based on the copyright law of the nation the book was published in Fair Use Use this very rarely and with great care In the US fair use laws are highly ambigious and could encompass anything from a few paragrahs to a chapter of a book Several pages of a book is a safe middle ground and we recommend volunteers not exceed this Copyleft Materials that are created by MIA volunteers and uploaded to MIA must be licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Sharealike Summary of U S Copyright Laws What follows is a general summary of U S Copyright laws by no means a completely accurate representation the short version for the merely curious October 28 1923 will not become public domain until the same day in the year 2019 For the exact letter of the law please refer to The US Copyright Office especially Chapter 3 of Title 17 on the Duration of copyrights Works published or registered before 1 January 1978 I First term of copyright endures for 28 years after registration publishing II During the last year of the first term the copyright can be renewed for a second last term The following restrictions apply to the second term a The second term for copyrights that expired on or before December 31 1949 is 28 years i e books published in 1921 and before became public domain in 1977 Title 17 304 a aka 56

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  • Creative Commons Deed
    conditions Attribution You must give the original author credit Share Alike If you alter transform or build upon this work you may distribute the resulting work only under a license identical to this one For any reuse or distribution you must make clear to others the license terms of this work Any of these conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder Your fair use and

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  • Permissions for Images on the Marxists Internet Archive
    case Some images have been taken from old books some have been taken from other sites on the internet In no case does the Marxists Internet Archive own rights to images which we can give you licence to use In no case do we possess the original high resolution versions or in high res tiffs or other digital formats or hard copies of the images displayed on the site which

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  • How to Cite the Marxists Internet Archive by Andy Blunden 2009
    not have page numbers only URLs We ask that you include the URL and the words Marxists Internet Archive In the case of some writers e g Marx and Engels Lenin we have reproduced the tables of contents for the Collected Works and this may be of assistance in locating an authoritative source Harvard style allows you to reference a URL directly in the text rather than listing it in the table of references In this case the URL should be enclosed in angular brackets e g Hitherto philosophers have only interpreted the world http www marxists org archive marx works 1845 theses index htm It is important to cite the data of publication of the actual source so in this case it will be the date on which the web page is accessed but it is usually acceptable to place in square brackets the year the original work not the translation was written not published so for example Marx K 1845 Theses on Feuerbach http www marxists org archive marx works 1845 theses index htm accessed May 2011 Or by checking the page numbers on MECW which began publication in 1975 Marx K 1975 1845 Theses on Feuerbach Marx

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  • Why is this writer excluded from the Marxists Internet?
    a volunteer who liked them enough to take the time and effort to transcribe their works and donate them to the MIA Henri Lefebvre and Alexander Herzen for example are only absent from the MIA because no one has been sufficiently interested in their work to transcribe them for us That s a pity but the MIA is an exclusively not for profit volunteer organisation We have no money and we have neither the power nor the desire to tell any one of our volunteers what they ought to be working on so long as they comply with our Charter 5 In rare cases a writer or certain works by a writer are so detestable e g lying racist or fascist that even if they were to be donated and free of copyright we would not publish them The law in Germany for example forbids us from publishing Hitler But this never comes up Our aim is to provide the original work of the Marxists of the past and other works which contribute to an understanding of Marxism The way that this has always been interpreted is that if any of our volunteers thinks that a text contributes to an understanding of Marxism then it does end of story And it also means that other revolutionaries anarchists anti colonial fighters etc and even opponents of Marxism are all equally welcome on the MIA provided only that someone thinks they contribute to an understanding of Marxism and is willing to back their opinion by doing the work 6 Transcribing a writer does not mean copying a text from some other website and asking us to upload it If a text is already available on the internet then people can always find it using Google We would have to have good reason

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  • MIA Janitors
    your archive Setting up Eudora to read your marxists org email Setting up Thunderbird to read your marxists org email Setting up a MIA booth for a real world event How to setup alias for your marxists org email How to avoid spam with your marxists org email How to install the MIA certificate into your browser Change your password Our password policy How to upload files to the server

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