Marx, Morality, and the Virtue of Beneficence

University Press of America (1991)
The purpose of this book is to contribute to the contemporary debate among Western philosophers concerning two questions. Did Marx hold a particular moral theory as an objective basis for condemning capitalism? And, if so, then what was the theoretical basis for his moral critique of capitalism?
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ISBN(s) 0761822364   9780761822363
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