By Peter Osborne
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Emphasizing the Romantic historical past and modernist legacy of Karl Marx’s writings, Peter Osborne provides Marx’s suggestion as a constructing research into what it capacity, concretely, for people to be useful historic beings.
Drawing on passages from a variety of Marx’s writings, and exhibiting the hyperlinks between them, Osborne refutes the parable of Marx as a reductively economistic philosopher. What Marx intended by way of “materialism,” “communism,” and the “critique of political economic system” was once a lot richer and extra unique, philosophically, than is mostly famous. With the renewed globalization of capitalism when you consider that 1989, Osborne argues, Marx’s analyses of the results of commodification are extra proper at the present time than ever before.
Extracts are taken from the entire breadth of Marx’s writings, together with Notebooks on Epicurean Philosophy, the Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts, and The Communist Manifesto to Capital.
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