Critique of metaphysics, capital logic and totality, and social critique theory: The three critical dimensions of Marx's philosophy [Book Review]

Frontiers of Philosophy in China 1 (2):269-278 (2006)
Karl Marx's philosophy includes three dimensions of critique. The first is the critique of metaphysics, which is also the major premise on the basis of which Marx turns his philosophical viewpoint to the analysis of social life and its cultural logic. The second is the capital logic and totality, the core of Marx's philosophy, according to which Marx exposes the totality and contradictions inherent in the capital logic. The third is the theory of social critique that is the realistic end of his philosophy
Keywords critique of metaphysics  capital logic  totality  social critique theory
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DOI 10.1007/s11466-006-0008-5
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