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Marx's theory of alienation.

Author: István Mészáros
Publisher: London, Merlin P., 1970.
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Mészáros, István, 1930-
Marx's theory of alienation.
London, Merlin P., 1970
(OCoLC)570134000
Online version:
Mészáros, István, 1930-
Marx's theory of alienation.
London, Merlin P., 1970
(OCoLC)607848283
Named Person: Karl Marx; Karl Marx; Karl Marx; Karl Marx; Karl Marx
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: István Mészáros
ISBN: 0850361184 9780850361186
OCLC Number: 111322
Description: 352 pages illustrations 23 cm
Contents: PART I: ORIGINS AND STRUCTURE OF THE MARXIAN THEORY : I. Origins of the Concept of Alienation --
1. The Judeo-Christian approach --
2. Alienation as "universal saleability" --
3. Historicity and the rise of anthropology --
4. The end of "uncritical positivism" --
II. Genesis of Marx's Theory of Alienation --
1. Marx's doctoral thesis and his critique of the modern state --
2. The Jewish question and the problem of German emancipation --
3. Marx's encounter with political economy --
4. Monistic materialism --
5. The transformation of Hegel's idea of "activity" --
III. Conceptual Structure of Marx's Theory of Alienation --
1. Foundations of the Marxian system --
2. Conceptual framework of Marx's theory of alienation --
3. Alienation and teleology --
PART II: ASPECTS OF ALIENATION : IV. Economic Aspects --
1. Marx's critique of political economy --
2. From partial to universal alienation --
3. From political to economic alienation --
4. Division and alienation of labour; competition and reification --
5. Alienated labour and "human nature" --
V. Political Aspects --
1. Property relations --
2. Capitalistic objectification and freedom --
3. Political "negation of the negation" and emancipation --
VI. Ontological and Moral Aspects --
1. The "self-mediating being of nature" --
2. The limits of freedom --
3. Human attributes --
4. The alienation of human powers --
5. Means and ends, necessity and freedom: the practical programme of human emancipation --
6. Legality, morality and education --
VII. Aesthetic Aspects --
1. Meaning, value and need: an anthropomorphic framework of evaluation --
2. Marx's concept of realism --
3. The "emancipation of the human senses" --
4. Production and consumption and their relation to art --
5. The significance of aesthetic education --
PART III: CONTEMPORARY SIGNIFICANCE OF MARX'S THEORY OF ALIENATION : VIII. The Controversy about Marx --
1. "Young Marx" versus "mature Marx" --
2. "Philosophy" versus "political economy" --
3. Marx's intellectual development --
4. Theory of alienation and philosophy of history --
IX. Individual and Society --
1. Capitalist development and the cult of the individual --
2. Individual and collectivity --
3. Self-mediation of the social individual --
X. Alienation and the crisis of education --
1. Educational utopias --
2. The crisis of education.

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