Teaching Marx with Plato's Cave

Teaching Philosophy 11 (3):209-216 (1988)

Clayton Morgareidge
Lewis & Clark College
beginning with Plato, and moving through Descartes, Marx, and Susan Griffin's Woman and Nature. [1] This sequence of writers displays a developing critique of idealism, the assumption that reality is determined by pure thought. Conversely, we also see in them a growing appreciation of the material world and the human body.
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DOI 10.5840/teachphil198811362
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