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eBook The New Dialectic and Marx's Capital (Historical Materialism, 1) (Historical Materialism Book) epub
  • ISBN: 9004127984
  • Author: Chris Arthur
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brill (November 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 264 pages
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Historical materialism, also known as the materialist conception of history, is a methodology used by some communist and Marxist historiographers that focuses on human societies and their development through history, arguing that history is the resul.

Historical materialism, also known as the materialist conception of history, is a methodology used by some communist and Marxist historiographers that focuses on human societies and their development through history, arguing that history is the result of material conditions rather than ideals. This was first articulated by Karl Marx (1818–1883) as the "materialist conception of history".

Historical Materialism is a Marxist journal, appearing 4 times a year, based in London.

More, it is argued that, instead of the dialectic of the rise and fall of social systems, what is needed is a method of articulating the dialectical relations characterising a given social whole. Robert Albritton, Labour/Le Travail 2004. Historical Materialism is a Marxist journal, appearing 4 times a year, based in London.

This book both argues for, and demonstrates, a new turn to dialectic Christopher J. Arthur studied at the Universities of Nottingham and Oxford. For 25 years he taught Philosophy at the University of Sussex.

This book both argues for, and demonstrates, a new turn to dialectic. Christopher J. He is a leading Marx scholar whose publications include Dialectics of Labour: Marx and his Relation to Hegel (Blackwell, 1986). Series: Historical Materialism Book (Book 1).

The Historical Materialism Book Series will expand significantly over the coming years with substantial and important books in all areas of Marxist . Volume 1. By: Chris Arthur.

The Historical Materialism Book Series will expand significantly over the coming years with substantial and important books in all areas of Marxist theory. Equally significantly, we also aim to publish the work of the emerging generation of Marxist scholars and theorists.

Book DescriptionThis book both argues for, and demonstrates, a new turn to dialectic. More, it is argued that, instead of the dialectic of the rise and fall of social systems, what is needed is a method of articulating the dialectical relations characterising a given social whole.

The Historical Materialism Book Series is a major publishing initiative of the radical left  .

Marx’s general ideas about society are known as his theory of historical materialism. Materialism is the basis of his sociological thought because for Marx material conditions or economic factors affect the structure and development of society. His theory is that material conditions essentially comprise technological means of production and human society is formed by the forces and relations of production. Marx’s theory of historical materialism is historical. It is historical because Marx has traced the evolution of human societies from one stage to another.

Great deals on one book or all books in the series. An Essay on the Marxist Theory of the Cycle, and several more. Arthur.

By Christopher J. By Christopher J. This book both argues for, and demonstrates, a new turn to dialectic.

Historical materialism book series. p. cm. - (Historical materialism book series, ISSN 1570-1522 ; 1) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 90-04-13643-6 (pbk : alk. paper) 1. Marx, Karl, 1818-1883. 2. Dialectical materialism.

This book both argues for, and demonstrates, a new turn to dialectic. Marx's Capital was clearly influenced by Hegel's dialectical figures: here, case by case, the significance of these is clarified. More, it is argued that, instead of the dialectic of the rise and fall of social systems, what is needed is a method of articulating the dialectical relations characterising a given social whole. Marx learnt from Hegel the necessity for a systematic development, and integration, of categories; for example, the category of 'value' can be fully comprehended only in the context of the totality of capitalist relations. These studies thus shed new light on Marx's great work, while going beyond it in many respects.This publication has also been published in paperback, please click here for details
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