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Marx's Attempt to Leave Philosophy

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ISBN-10: 0674551338

ISBN-13: 9780674551336

Edition: 1998

Authors: Daniel Brudney

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Daniel Brudney traces the development of post-Hegelian thought from Ludwig Feuerbach through Bruno Bauer to Karl Marx's work of 1844 and his Thesis on Feuerbach, and concludes with an examination of The German Ideology.
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Book details

List price: $102.00
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 9/30/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 448
Size: 6.13" wide x 9.25" long x 1.40" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Daniel Brudney is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Chicago.

Themes from the Young Hegelians
Feuerbach's and Marx's Complaint against Philosophy
The Interest of These Texts
Chapter by Chapter
Feuerbach's Critique of Christianity
The Critique of Christianity
The Method of The Essence of Christianity
The Geistiger Naturforscher
Feuerbach's Critique of Philosophy The Status of Philosophy The Method of the Critique of Philosophy The Content of the Critique of Philosophy Problems Antecedents Final Comment
Bruno Bauer Self-Consciousness State and Civil Society The Critique of Religion Bauer's Method Assessment
The 1844 Marx I: Self-Realization Species Being: Products Species Being: Enjoyments The Human Relation to Objects Species Being: Immortality The Human Self-Realization Activity
The 1844 Marx II: The Structure of Community Completing One Another Mediation with the Species 3 Digression on Community
The 1844 Marx III: The Problem of Justification The Workers' Ignorance of Their True Nature The Problem of Justification The Problem of Communists' Ends and Beliefs Marx's 1844 Critique of Philosophy The Problem of the Present
The Theses on Feuerbach Fundamental Relations/Orientations Thesis Eleven Labor The Practical-Idealist Reading The Problem of the First Step Thesis Six
The German Ideology I: More Anti-Philosophy Some General Comments The Attack on the Young Hegelian Empirical Verification Anti-Philosophy I Anti-Philosophy II Transformation
The German Ideology II: The Picture of the Good Life and the Change from 1844 Division of Labor Community Self-Activity The Change from 1844
The German Ideology III: The Critique of Morality (and the Return to Philosophy) What Is the Problem with Morality? The (Weak) Sociological Thesis The Strong Sociological Thesis and the Structural Thesis Morality and Moral Philosophy under Communism Can The German Ideology Justify a Condemnation of Capitalism?
Returning to Philosophy