Einfuhring in die Theorien von Karl Marx

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Einfuhring in die Theorien von Karl Marx

Format:  Paperback,

338 pages

Publisher: De Gruyter

Publish Date: Nov 2012

ISBN-13: 9783110269697

ISBN-10: 3110269694

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This introduction is an excellent basis for teaching and as course-related literature. Furthermore, this book is aimed toward anyone who wants a neutral consideration of what Marx really had to say. This study book introduces the reader to Karl Marx s most important issues: philosophy of history, social theory, economic and political theory, theory of revolution and moral philosophical problems. The author incorporates secondary literature from currents that are relevant at present (analytical Marxism, post-colonialism, post-structuralism, post or neo-Marxism, etc.). He additionally provides a critical and constructive overall interpretation of the work. This introduction is an excellent basis for teaching and as course-related literature. Furthermore, this book is aimed toward anyone who wants a neutral consideration of what Marx really had to say.

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Publisher: De Gruyter
Publish Date: Nov 2012
ISBN-13: 9783110269697
ISBN-10: 3110269694
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 338
Written in: GER
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.1
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 6.0 x 8.75 x 0.75

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This introduction is an excellent basis for teaching and as course-related literature. Furthermore, this book is aimed toward anyone who wants a neutral consideration of what Marx really had to say. This study book introduces the reader to Karl Marx's most important issues: philosophy of history, social theory, economic and political theory, theory of revolution and moral philosophical problems. The author incorporates secondary literature from currents that are relevant at present (analytical Marxism, post-colonialism, post-structuralism, post or neo-Marxism, etc.). He additionally provides a critical and constructive overall interpretation of the work. This introduction is an excellent basis for teaching and as course-related literature. Furthermore, this book is aimed toward anyone who wants a neutral consideration of what Marx really had to say.

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