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Philosophy and myth in Karl Marx, by Robert C. Tucker.


2d ed.. Cambridge [England] University Press, 1972.
ISBN 0521097010, 0521084555

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Subjects Marx, Karl, 1818-1883.
Marxisme.
Description 263 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes "In the original version ... submitted to Harvard University in 1958 as a doctoral dissertation."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 254-257).
Contents Introduction : Marx in changing perspective -- The philosophical background. The self as God in German philosophy ; History as God's self-realization ; The dialectic of aggrandizement -- From Hegel to Marx. Philosophy revolts against the world ; Metaphysics as esoteric psychology ; Marx and Feuerbach ; The rise of philosophical communism -- Original Marxism. Working man as world creator ; Alienation and money-worship ; Communism -- the self regained -- Mature Marxism. Two Marxisms or one? ; The new materialism ; Division of labour and communism ; The world as labour and capital ; The myth and the problem of conduct -- Conclusion : Marx and the present age.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)567851
(OCoLC)ocm00567851
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WorldCat Identities Tucker, Robert C. 1918-2010.
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