Developing contemporary Marxism

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Macmillan , London
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Statementedited by Zygmunt G. Barański and John R. Short.
ContributionsBarański, Zygmunt G., Short, John R. 1951-
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LC ClassificationsHX73
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Paginationviii,308p. ;
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Open LibraryOL14997412M
ISBN 100333351282, 0333382609

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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — $ Author: John R (Eds) Baranski, Zygmunt G & Short. In post-war Western Europe, as Perry Anderson has shown (; and see also ), Marxism has been heard much more loudly in academia than in political debating chambers, more in the lecture room than on the factory floor, and the most interesting developments of Marxist thought have occurred almost exclusively in this intellectual : Zygmunt G.

BarańSki, John R. Short. Marxism became a subject that could be reflected upon, examined, renewed, and developed. The truth-criterion discussion of was indeed a movement of enlightenment, a movement of thought liberation. It paved the way for contemporary China’s economic development, and it also paved the way for any possible new contributions to Marxism.

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