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Marx and Aristotle : Nineteenth-Century German Social Theory and Classical Antiquity - George E. McCarthy

Marx and Aristotle

Nineteenth-Century German Social Theory and Classical Antiquity

By: George E. McCarthy (Editor)

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Published: 28th January 1992
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As the Iron Curtain was shattered recently in Eastern Europe, revealing a diversity of cultural traditions lost during the recent past, so too the curtain which has hidden Karl Marx's writings for many years seems to be crumbling. Its disappearance reveals a rich complexity of traditions and visions that underlay his social, political, and economic theory. Marx and Aristotle brings together an outstanding multidisciplinary collection of recent scholarship, most written especially for this volume, to look further behind this historical veil by examining the influence of classical Greek philosophy, especially the thought of Aristotle and Epicurus, on Marx.

Acknowledgments
Marx's Vision: a poem
Introduction: Visions and Vertigo: Viewing Modernity from the Acropolisp. 1
Hegel and the Greeks: Remembrance of Things Past
Karl Marx and the Influence of Greek Antiquity on Eighteenth-century German Thoughtp. 19
The Polis Transfigured: Aristotle's Politics and Marx's Critique of Hegel's "Philosophy of Right"p. 37
The Origins of the Dialectic: Hegel's Appropriation of the Ancient Skepticsp. 75
Marx and Epicurus: Materialism, Ethics, and Greek Physics
The Greek Accent of the Marxian Matrixp. 107
Karl Marx and Greek Philosophy: Some Explorations into the Themes of Intellectual Accommodation and Moral Hypocrisyp. 155
Marx and Aristotle: Human Capabilities and Social Structures
Nature, Function, and Capability: Aristotle on Political Distributionp. 175
Aristotle, Kant, and the Ethics of the Young Marxp. 213
Households, Markets, and Firmsp. 243
Marx and Aristotle: Morality and Praxis
Marx and Aristotle: A Kind of Consequentialismp. 275
Marx's Moral Realism: Eudaimonism and Moral Progressp. 303
Praxis and Meaning: Marx's Species Being and Aristotle's Political Animalp. 329
Marxian Subjectivity, Idealism, and Greek Philosophyp. 357
About the Contributorsp. 377
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ISBN: 9780847677146
ISBN-10: 0847677141
Series: Perspectives on Classical, Political, & Social Thought
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 392
Published: 28th January 1992
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.94 x 14.94  x 2.18
Weight (kg): 0.52