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Marx and Modern Political Theory : From Hobbes to Contemporary Feminism :  From Hobbes to Contemporary Feminism - Philip J. Kain

Marx and Modern Political Theory : From Hobbes to Contemporary Feminism

From Hobbes to Contemporary Feminism

Paperback Published: October 1993
ISBN: 9780847678662
Number Of Pages: 316

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Tracing the influences of Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Kant and Hegel that gave rise to Marx's thought, Kain presents the development of, and tension between, concepts such as freedom and community, and sovereignty and rights.

Clearly and precisely written, Marx and Modern Political Theory is a welcome addition to Marxian scholarship. In the post-communist age and in the search for the social and political soul of Eastern Europe, this book will help us return to the foundational principles and key concepts of Marx.--George McCarthy, Kenyon College

Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introductionp. 1
Hobbes Political Theory, and Sovereigntyp. 17
Sovereignty by Institution and Its Scientific Deductionp. 20
Social Theory, Political Theory, and Revolutionp. 25
Sovereignty by Acquisition and Moral Obligationp. 27
Philosophy of Historyp. 29
Legitimate Revolutionp. 31
Locke, Social Theory, and Limited Governmentp. 37
Property and Social Theoryp. 37
Social Contract Theory and Its Misusep. 41
Social Inequalityp. 50
Sovereign Power and Propertyp. 56
Rosseau, Individual Liberty, and Communityp. 65
The General Willp. 65
Individual and Communityp. 75
The Social Contact and the Discourse on Inequalityp. 83
Kant, Philosophy of History, and the ideal Societyp. 97
Historical Conflict and World Peacep. 98
Moral Force in Historyp. 102
Particular Interest and the General Interestp. 106
The Highest Good and a Beautiful Worldp. 109
Sovereignty and Revolutionp. 113
Hegel, the State, and Spiritp. 123
Philosophy of History and Sittlichkeitp. 124
The Development of Custom and Traditionp. 130
Spirit and the Statep. 136
Sovereignty and Spiritp. 143
Marx and the Earlier Traditionp. 153
The Categorical Imperative and Revolutionp. 153
Democracy and the General Willp. 163
Essence and the Communal Individualp. 176
The Highest Good, a Beautiful World, and the Aesthetic Conditionp. 202
Rights and Communityp. 212
Marx and Pluralismp. 235
Pluralism and Umbrella Agreementsp. 235
Pluralism and Communityp. 245
Capitalism and Diversityp. 264
Ethnocentrismp. 270
Ethnocentrism and Historical Materialismp. 279
Ethnocentrism and Historical Stagesp. 296
Marx and Feminismp. 311
Women and Determinismp. 312
Men, Women, and the Speciesp. 326
Housework and Alienationp. 342
The Family and Communityp. 369
Bibliographyp. 389
Indexp. 409
About the Authorp. 429
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ISBN: 9780847678662
ISBN-10: 0847678660
Series: Studies in Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 316
Published: October 1993
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 2.52
Weight (kg): 0.65