Karl Marx Our Contemporary Social Theory for a Post-Leninist World

Harvester/Wheatsheaf (1992)

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An examination and reinterpretation of the philosophy of Karl Marx, assessing its relevance to contemporary conditions. Discussed are Marx's basic ideas, his view of human life and society, the importance of class, Marx's materialism and his problematic relationship with morality.

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