Marx for the present

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 36 (1):105-115 (2006)

Marxism as a political movement appears to have exhausted itself, but Marx the thinker engages us still. In different ways Allan Megill and David Steele work to dispel the lingering shade of Marx, exposing what each sees as a deep flaw in Marxist thought. In contrast, the papers collected in Marxism and Social Sciences argue for the continued merit of many of Marx’s ideas. Each book makes a significant contribution to our ongoing dialogue with Marx. Key Words: Marxism • historical materialism • calculation problem • Hegel.
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