Karl Marx, Anthropologist

ISBN-10: 1845205111
ISBN-13: 9781845205119
Edition: 2009
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Book details

List price: $28.99
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Publication date: 4/1/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

After being widely rejected in the late 20th century the work of Karl Marx is now being reassessed by many theorists and activists. Karl Marx, Anthropologist explores how this most influential of modern thinkers is still highly relevant for Anthropology today.Marx was profoundly influenced by critical Enlightenment thought. He believed that humans were social individuals that simultaneously satisfied and forged their needs in the contexts of historically particular social relations and created cultures. Marx continually refined the empirical, philosophical, and practical dimensions of his anthropology throughout his lifetime.Assessing key concepts, from the differences between class-based and classless societies to the roles of exploitation, alienation and domination in the making of social individuals, Karl Marx, Anthropologist is an essential guide to Marx's anthropological thought for the 21st century.

Preface
Chronology
Introduction
Polemics, Caveats, and Standpoints
Organization of the Book
The Enlightenment and Anthropology
Early Enlightenment Thought
The New Anthropology of the Enlightenment
The Institutionalization of Anthropology
Marx's Anthropology
What are Human Beings?
History
Truth and Praxis
Human Natural Beings
Charles Darwin and the Development of Modern Evolutionary Theory
Human Natural Beings: Bodies That Walk, Talk, Make Tools, and Have Culture
Marx on the Naturalization of Social Inequality
History, Culture, and Social Formation
Marx's Historical-Dialectical Conceptual Framework
Pre-Capitalist Societies: Limited, Local, and Vital
Capitalism and the Anthropology of the Modern World
The Transition to Capitalism and its Development
The Articulation of Modes of Production
Property, Power, and Capitalist States
Anthropology for the Twenty-First Century
Social Relations and the Formation of Social Individuals
Anthropology: "The Study of People in Crisis by People in Crisis"
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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