Ethical Dimensions of Marxist Thought

Ethical Dimensions of Marxist Thought

Cornel West


during this clean, unique research of Marxist concept, Cornel West makes an important contribution to today's debates concerning the relevance of Marxism via placing the problem of ethics squarely at the Marxist time table. West, professor of faith and director of the Afro-American reviews application at Princeton college, indicates that not just was once ethics an essential component of the advance of Marx's personal pondering all through his profession, yet that this important main issue has been obscured via such best and influential interpreters as Engels, Kautsky, Lukács, and others who diverted Marx's concept into slim sorts of positivism, economism, and Hegelianism.

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