Thesis Eleven 160 (1):7-21 (2020)

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Janos Kis
Central European University
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This paper systematises the works of György Márkus into two or possibly three periods. These emphasise the underlying consistency of purpose and interpreting theoretical interests throughout the oeuvre. despite the changing and socio-political forms and language games, all three share common features. These stages move from this initial critique of Orthodox Marxism employing the intellectual rigor of analytical and a philosophical anthropology to an investigation of the internal contradictions in Marx’s mature economic writings. to a final post-marxist phase after he left Hungary dominated by continual philosophical themes and a social democratic political perspective.
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Marxism and Anthropology.George Márkus - 1985 - Studies in Soviet Thought 29 (2):153-158.
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