Marxism and the human individual / Adam Schaff ; introduction by Erich Fromm ; edited by Robert S. Cohen ; based on a translation by Olgierd Wojtasiewicz.

New York, McGraw-Hill [1970] .

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Standard Title Marksizm a jednostka ludzka. English
Subjects Dialectical materialism.
Human beings.
Marx, Karl.
Description xii, 268 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Translation of Marksizm a jednostka ludzka.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Today more than ever Marxism is profoundly in need of a full and precise modern reappraisal. In his belief that this may only be accomplished along with an examination of the "humanistic" young Marx, Adam Schaff presents in this volume an illumination of the thinker's early work and its relationship to the world-shaking economic philosophy that stemmed from it.
Contents Introduction -- Rediscovery of the old content of Marxism -- The Marxist concept of the individual -- The individual and his products (the problem of alienation) -- The individual and history (the problem of freedom) -- Marxist humanism -- Communism and the individual -- Conclusion.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)73422
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WorldCat Identities Schaff, Adam.
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