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Marx's ideal is the productive man, contrasted with the acquisitive man.2 For this
conception Marx is also indebted to Hegel, as he himself acknowledges : " The
outstanding achievement of Hegel's Phenomenology ... is, first, that Hegel grasps
The less blatant Feuerbach's writings, the more certain, profound, extensive and
lasting is their influence; they are the only writings since Hegel's Phenomenology
and Logic which contain a real theoretical revolution. Unlike the critical ...
CRITIQUE OF HEGEL'S DIALECTIC AND GENERAL PHILOSOPHY This is
perhaps an appropriate point at which to explain and substantiate what has been
said, and to make some general comments upon Hegel's dialectic, especially as
it is ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - blake.rosser - LibraryThing
Marx's style is difficult to decipher. In "On the Jewish Question," it was difficult to determine exactly how ironic he was being. I've since learned that when talking about the Jewish Cult he was ... Read full review
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Karl Marx's First, Second, and Third Economic & Philosophical Manuscripts are the highpoint of this book. Written prior to Das Kapital they outline the ideas that are later fully explored in the ... Read full review