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Marx's attempt to leave philosophy

Author: Daniel Brudney
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1998.
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Daniel Brudney traces the development of post-Hegelian thought from Ludwig Feuerbach through Bruno Bauer to Karl Marx's work of 1844 and his Theses on Feuerbach, and concludes with an examination of The German Ideology. Brudney focuses on the transmutations of a set of ideas about human nature, the good life, and our relation to the world and to others; about how we end up with false beliefs about these matters;  Read more...
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Named Person: Karl Marx; Ludwig Feuerbach; Ludwig Feuerbach; Karl Marx; Ludwig Feuerbach; Karl Marx
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Brudney
ISBN: 0674551338 9780674551336
OCLC Number: 37801354
Description: xviii, 425 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Feuerbach's Critique of Christianity --
2. Feuerbach's Critique of Philosophy --
3. Bruno Bauer --
4. 1844 Marx I: Self-Realization --
5. 1844 Marx II: The Structure of Community --
6. 1844 Marx III: The Problem of Justification --
7. Theses on Feuerbach --
8. German Ideology I: More Antiphilosophy --
9. German Ideology II: The Picture of the Good Life and the Change from 1844 --
10. German Ideology III: The Critique of Morality (and Return to Philosophy).
Responsibility: Daniel Brudney.

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Traces the development of post-Hegelian thought from Feuerbach to Marx's work of 1844 and his "Theses on Feuerbach", and concludes with an examination of "The German Ideology". The book shows how  Read more...

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[Marx's Attempt to Leave Philosophy] is plainly the work of a thoughtful and intelligent philosopher. The discussions of Bruno Bauer and Marx's writings of 1844-6, in particular, are valuable Read more...

 
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