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Philosophy and myth in Karl Marx.

Auteur: Robert C Tucker
Uitgever: Cambridge [England] University Press, 1961.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Textual analysis of Marx's early writings, showing how his spiritual and ethical bases later changed to materialistic concepts.
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Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Tucker, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1918-2010.
Philosophy and myth in Karl Marx.
Cambridge [England] University Press, 1961
(OCoLC)899942935
Genoemd persoon: Karl Marx; Karl Marx; KARL MARX; Karl Marx
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Robert C Tucker
ISBN: 0521091454 9780521091459
OCLC-nummer: 372301
Opmerkingen: "In the original version ... submitted to Harvard University in 1958 as a doctoral dissertation."
Beschrijving: 263 pages 21 cm
Inhoud: Introduction: Marx in changing perspective --
Part I: The philosophical background --
I. The self as god in German philosophy --
II. History as god's self-realization --
III. The dialectic of aggrandizement --
Part II: From Hegel to Marx --
IV. Philosophy revolts against the world --
V. Metaphysics as esoteric psychology --
VI. Marx and Feuerbach --
VII. The rise of philosophical communism --
Part III: Original Marxism --
VIII. Working man as world creator --
IX. Alienation and money-worship --
X. Communism: the self regained --
Part IV: Mature Marxism --
XI. Two Marxisms or one? --
XII. The new materialism --
XIII. Division of labour and communism --
XIV. The world as labour and capital --
XV. The myth and the problem of conduct --
Conclusion: Marx and the present age.

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Textual analysis of Marx's early writings, showing how his spiritual and ethical bases later changed to materialistic concepts.

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