The Cambridge Companion to Marx (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)

The Cambridge Companion to Marx (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)


Marx used to be a hugely unique and polymathic philosopher, unhampered by way of disciplinary obstacles, whose highbrow impression has been huge, immense. but within the wake of the cave in of Marxism-Leninism in jap Europe the query arises as to how vital his paintings particularly is for us now. a tremendous measurement of this quantity is to put Marx's writings of their ancient context and to split what he truly acknowledged from what others (in specific, Engels) interpreted him as asserting. proficient by way of present debates and new views, the amount presents a finished insurance of all of the significant components to which Marx made major contributions.

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