see also Marxism

Marx and Natural Science

"it’s pointless to consider any instance of violence in its isolated abstraction, you have to position it within the concrete historical totality of human relations. It’s no use talking about good or bad people; any action is necessarily a product of the social field in which it takes place."


p.171 ver eecke - saying no, marx's criticism of hegel's phenomenology

terry eagleton - why marx was right

Jernej Habjan, Jessica Whyte (eds.) - (Mis)readings of Marx in Continental Philosophy

Paul-Laurent Assoun, Marx et la répétition historique, Paris, PUF, 1978

Ernst Bloch - On Karl Marx (An Azimuth book)

Marx Reading List

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