Translations of writings of Raya Dunayevskava into Farsi:
Women as Reason and as Force of Revolution
A pamphlet collection of writings by Raya Dunayevskaya on Women’s Liberation, issued by Iranian women for International Women’s Day, March 8, 1980. Includes also “Women’s Suffrage and Class Struggle” by Rosa Luxemburg, and “Thoughts on March 8” by Ding Ling.
Farsi edition of Iran: Revolution and Counter-revolution.
A collection of Political-Philosophic Letters translated by Iranian youth and published March, 1982. A newer translation of “What Is Philosophy? What Is Revolution?” by Raha is here: http://newsandletters.org/Farsi/WhatIsPhilosophy.pdf and some of the other chapters were published separately: Iran: Unfoldment of, and Contradictions in, Revolution; and The Two Russian Revolutions, and, Once Again, On the Theory of Permanent Revolution.
Iranian edition of Nationalism, Communism, Marxist-Humanism, and the Afro-Asian Revolutions.
Translated into Farsi by Iranian youth and published March, 1983.
Marx and Dunayevskaya: writings on the Paris Commune.
Farsi translation of excerpts from Marx’s Civil War in France, and excerpts from Dunayevskaya’s Marxism and Freedom. Published by Iranian youth, May, 1984.
Farsi translation by Raha of “Hegel’s Absolute as New Beginning” (Dunayevskaya’s 1974 lecture to the Hegel Society of America).
Farsi translation of “Intellectuals in the Age of State-Capitalism”
Dunayevskaya’s 1961 review of Herbert Marcuse’s Soviet Marxism. Published by Iranian revolutionaries in exile. May, 1984.
“A Restatement of Some Fundamentals of Marxism Against Carter’s Vulgarization,” Nov., 1943
Critique of John Molyneux’s book Marxism and the Party, Sept. 1980
Iran’s Revolutionary Past — and Present
Dec. 1973 “Two Worlds” column in News & Letters
First Farsi publication of Karl Marx: Economic Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844.
Published by Anjoman Azadi (Iranian Marxist-Humanists), January 1986. Includes an Introduction to the Farsi edition by Raya Dunayevskaya, and a Preface by Raha, an Iranian revolutionary in exile. The Introduction is available separately.
Marxism and Freedom, from 1776 until Today
Rosa Luxemburg, Women’s Liberation, and Marx’s Philosophy of Revolution, chapter 12, in two parts
Enghelab va Azadi, newspaper published by young Iranian revolutionaries in 1980-1984
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Enghelab va Azadi issue #10
Enghelab va Azadi issue #11
Enghelab va Azadi issue #12
See also the Marxists Internet Archive: https://www.marxists.org/farsi/archive/dunayevskaya/
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