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  1. John Hoffman (1975). Marxism and the Theory of Praxis: A Critique of Some New Versions of Old Fallacies. International Publishers.
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    John Hoffman (2012). Ideology and the Question Of. Dialectics and Humanism 7 (1):123-131.
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    John Hoffman (1980). Ideology and the Question of "Value-Free" Science. Dialectics and Humanism 7 (1):123-131.
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    John Hoffman (1985). A Relationship of a New Kind: Marxism as a Transcendental Atheism. New Blackfriars 66 (784):417-423.
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    John Hoffman (1999). [Book Review] Beyond the State, an Introductory Critique. [REVIEW] Science and Society 63 (1):97-104.
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  6. Murray Forsyth, Maurice Keens-Soper & John Hoffman (eds.) (1993). The Political Classics: Hamilton to Mill. Oxford University Press Uk.
    Spanning a critical period--from the turbulent era of the American and French Revolutions through to the calmer waters of the nineteenth centuries, this book will help all students of political ideas to gain a fuller appreciation of the great works which form the foundation of the subject. Seven classic texts have been chosen for analysis: Hamilton's The Federalist, Sieyes' What is the Third Estate?, Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France, Hegel's The Philosophy of Right, de Tocqueville's Democracy in America, (...)
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    John Hoffman (2006). Introduction to Political Ideologies. Pearson Longman.
    ""This book covers an extensive range of traditional and 'new' ideologies, and organizes its complex subject matter extremely clearly.
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  8. John Hoffman (2009). John Gray and the Problem of Utopia. University of Wales Press.
    This book explores the work of John Gray, controversial and widely read contemporary philosopher. This comprehensive volume links a critique of Gray’s views on Marxism, humanism, and the Enlightenment—as well as his deep pessimism—with his position that attempts to tackle the core of issues like globalization and multiculturalism are hopelessly utopian. Challenging these and other assumptions in Gray’s work in a clear and accessible way, John Hoffman focuses his criticism on the philosopher’s traditionalist and problematic conception of utopia in the (...)
     
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  9. John C. Hoffman (1969). The Place of Individuation in Guilt and Self Renewal. Humanitas 5 (2):121.
     
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