List of contributors to Marxist theory

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This is a list of prominent figures who contributed to Marxist theory, principally as authors; it is not intended to list politicians who happen(ed) to be a member of an ostensibly communist political party or other organisation.

Name Place of birth Place of death Nationality Life
Victor Adler Prague, Austria-Hungary Vienna, Austria Austria Austrian 1852-1918
Theodor W. Adorno[1] Frankfurt am Main, Hesse-Nassau Province, Prussia, Germany Visp, Visp, Valais, Switzerland Germany German 1903-1969
Louis Althusser Birmendreïs, French Algeria Paris, France France French 1918-1990
Samir Amin Cairo, Egypt Paris, France Egypt Egyptian and France French 1931-2018
Otto Bauer Vienna, Austria-Hungary Paris, France Austria Austrian 1881-1938
Walter Benjamin[2][3][4] Berlin, German Empire Portbou, Catalonia, Spain Germany German 1892-1940
Franco "Bifo" Berardi Bologna, Italy Still Living Italy Italian 1949-
Eduard Bernstein Schöneberg, German Confederation Berlin, Germany Germany German 1850-1932
Caio Prado Júnior São Paulo, Brazil São Paulo, Brazil Brazil Brazilian 1907-1990
Ernst Bloch[5] Ludwigshafen, Germany Tübingen, West Germany Germany German 1885-1977
Amadeo Bordiga Ercolano, Kingdom of Italy Formia, Italy Italy Italian 1889-1970
Bertolt Brecht[6] Augsburg, German Empire East Berlin, East Germany Germany German 1898-1956
Nikolai Bukharin Moscow, Russian Empire Kommunarka shooting ground, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Russia Russian 1888-1938
Jacques Camatte Plan-de-Cuques, Alpes-Maritimes, France Still living France French 1935-
Cornelius Castoriadis[7] Constantinople, Ottoman Empire Paris, France Greece Greek and France French 1922-1997
Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya[8] Calcutta, British Raj Calcutta, India India Indian 1918-1993
James Connolly Cowgate, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin, Ireland Republic of Ireland Irish and Scotland Scottish 1868-1916
Onorato Damen Monte San Pietrangeli, Italy Milan Italy Italian 1893-1979
Gilles Dauvé France Still living France French 1947-
Angela Davis Birmingham, Alabama Still Living United States American 1944-
Guy Debord Paris, France Bellevue-la-Montagne, Haute-Loire, France France French 1931-1994
Daniel De Leon Curaçao New York, State of New York, United States United States American 1852-1914
Joseph Dietzgen[9] Blankenberg (now Hennef, German Confederation Chicago, Illinois, United States Germany German 1828-1888
Raya Dunayevskaya Yaryshev, Russian Empire (today, Vinnytsia Oblast, Ukraine) Chicago, Illinois, United States United States American 1910-1987
Terry Eagleton Salford, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom Still living United Kingdom British 1942-
Antony Easthope Kingston-upon-Thames, United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom United Kingdom British 1939-1999
Friedrich Engels Barmen, Kingdom of Prussia (today Wuppertal, Germany) London, United Kingdom Germany German 1820-1895
Frantz Fanon Fort-de-France, Martinique, France Bethesda, Maryland, United States France French 1925-1961
John Bellamy Foster Seattle, Washington, United States Still living United States American 1953-
Antonio Gramsci Ales, Sardinia, Italy Rome, Lazio, Italy Italy Italian 1891-1937
Ernesto "Che" Guevara[10][11][12] Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina La Higuera, Vallegrande, Bolivia Argentina Argentine 1928-1967
Abimael Guzmán (Gonzalo)[13][better source needed] Arequipa, Peru Callao, Peru Peru Peruvian 1934-2021
Ted Grant Germiston, South Africa London, United Kingdom South Africa South African and United Kingdom British 1913-2006
David Harvey Gillingham, Kent, England, United Kingdom Still living United Kingdom British 1935-
Harry Haywood South Omaha, Nebraska, United States Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States United States American 1898-1985
Rudolf Hilferding Vienna, Austria-Hungary Paris, France Austria Austrian and Germany German 1877-1941
Max Horkheimer Zuffenhausen (now Stuttgart), Württemberg, German Empire Nuremberg, Bavaria, West Germany Germany German 1895-1973
Ho Chi Minh Nghệ An Province, French Indochina Hanoi, North Vietnam Vietnam Vietnamese 1890-1969
Enver Hoxha Ergiri (today Gjirokastër), Janina Vilayet, Ottoman Empire Tirana, People's Socialist Republic of Albania Albania Albanian 1908-1985
C.L.R. James Trinidad London, United Kingdom Trinidad and Tobago Trinidadian and United Kingdom British 1901-1989
Fredric Jameson Cleveland, Ohio, United States Still living United States American 1934-
Kojin Karatani[citation needed] Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan Still living Japan Japanese 1941-
Edvard Kardelj[citation needed] Ljubljana, Duchy of Carniola, Austria-Hungary Ljubljana, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavian 1910-1979
Karl Kautsky Prague, Austria-Hungary Amsterdam, Netherlands Czech Republic Czech, Austria Austrian and Germany German 1854-1938
İbrahim Kaypakkaya[citation needed] Çorum, Turkey Çorum, Turkey Turkey Turkish 1949-1973
Kim Il-Sung[citation needed] Chingjong, Korea Hyangsan, Korea North Korea Korean 1912-1994
Jim Kemmy[citation needed] Limerick, Ireland Limerick, Ireland Republic of Ireland Irish 1936-1997
Alexandra Kollontai[14] St Petersburg, Russian Empire Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet 1872-1952
Karl Korsch Tostedt, German Empire Belmont, Massachusetts, United States Germany German 1886-1961
Damodar Dharmananda Kosambi Kosben, (now Goa) British Raj Pune, Maharashtra, India India Indian 1907-1966
Yalçın Küçük[citation needed] İskenderun, Hatay, Turkey Still living Turkey Turkish 1938-
Antonio Labriola Cassino, Papal States Rome, Kingdom of Italy Italy Italian 1843-1904
Paul Lafargue Santiago de Cuba Draveil, France France French 1842-1911
Henri Lefebvre[15] Hagetmau, France Navarrenx, France France French 1901-1991
Vladimir Lenin Simbirsk, Russian Empire Gorki Leninskiye, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet 1870-1924
Domenico Losurdo Sannicandro di Bari, Kingdom of Italy Ancona, Italy Italy Italian 1941-2018
Georg Lukács Budapest, Austria-Hungary Budapest, People's Republic of Hungary Hungary Hungarian 1885-1971
Rosa Luxemburg Zamość, Vistula Land, Russian Empire Berlin, Germany Poland Polish and Germany German 1871-1919
Herbert Marcuse Berlin, German Empire Starnberg, West Germany Germany German 1898-1979
José Carlos Mariátegui[16][17] Moquegua, Peru Lima, Peru Peru Peruvian 1894-1930
Karl Marx Trier, Kingdom of Prussia London, United Kingdom Kingdom of Prussia Prussian and Germany German 1818-1883
Paul Mattick Stolp, Pomerania, German Empire (now Poland) Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States Germany German 1904-1981
Andy Merrifield Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom Still living United Kingdom British 1960-
István Mészáros Budapest, Hungary Margate, England Hungary Hungary 1930–2017
Antonio Negri Padua, Italy Still living Italy Italian 1933-
Kwame Nkrumah Nkroful, Gold Coast (now Ghana) Bucharest, Romania Ghana Ghanaian 1909-1972
Abdullah Öcalan[citation needed] Ömerli, Şanlıurfa, Turkey Still living Turkey Turkish Kurdish 1948-
Sylvia Pankhurst[citation needed] Manchester, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom Addis Ababa, Ethiopia United Kingdom British and Ethiopia Ethiopian 1882-1960
Anton Pannekoek Vaassen, Netherlands Wageningen, Netherlands Netherlands Dutch 1873-1960
Georgi Plekhanov Gudalovka (now Gryazinsky District), Tambov Governorate, Russian Empire Terijoki, Finland Russia Russian 1856-1918
Bijan Jazani[citation needed] Tehran, Iran Tehran, Iran Iran Iranian 1938-1975
Nicos Poulantzas Athens, Greece Paris, France Greece Greek 1936-1979
Isaak Illich Rubin Dinaburg, Russian Empire Aktobe, Kazakh SSR, USSR Soviet Union Soviet Union 1886-1937
Jean-Paul Sartre Paris, France Paris, France France French 1905-1980
Jose Maria Sison[18][19][better source needed] Ilocos Sur, Philippines Still living Philippines Filipino 1939
Alfred Sohn-Rethel Neuilly-sur-Seine, France Bremen, West Germany Germany German 1899-1990
Mahdi Amel[citation needed] Harouf, Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon Lebanon Lebanese 1936-1987
Joseph Stalin[20][21] Gori, Tiflis Governorate, Russian Empire Kuntsevo Dacha near Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet 1878-1953
Paul Sweezy New York City, New York, United States Larchmont, New York (state), United States United States American 1910-2004
Josip Broz Tito[dubious ] Kumrovec, Croatia-Slavonia, Austria-Hungary Ljubljana, SR Slovenia, SFR Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavian 1892-1980
Leon Trotsky Yelizavetgrad, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire Coyoacán, Distrito Federal, Mexico Soviet Union Soviet 1879-1940
Alberto Toscano Italy Still living Italy Italy 1977-
Raymond Williams Llanfihangel Crucorney, Wales, United Kingdom Saffron Walden, England, United Kingdom United Kingdom British (Wales Welsh) 1921-1988
Karl August Wittfogel Woltersdorf, Lower Saxony, Province of Hanover, German Empire New York, State of New York, United States Germany German and United States American 1896-1988
Mao Zedong Shaoshan, Hunan, Qing Dynasty Beijing, People's Republic of China China Chinese 1893-1976
Slavoj Žižek Ljubljana, SR Slovenia, SFR Yugoslavia Still living Slovenia Slovene (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavian before Dissolution of Yugoslavia) 1949-

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