Close
Enter your search into one or more of the boxes below:
You can refine your search by selecting from any of the options below:
Search
Marx's Discourse with Hegel
Foyalty 333

Marx's Discourse with Hegel (Hardback)

£109.99
Currently unavailable to order online.
Email me when back in stock

Synopsis

The end of Stalinist Russia, China's change under Deng Xiaoping and the publication of previously unexplored documents of Marx in the MEGA2 opened a new epoch in the analysis of Marx. Marx's Discourse With Hegel is both a product and contribution to this rebirth of Marxism by its reformulation of the relationship between Hegel and Marx

NORMAN LEVINE is Emeritus Professor and Executive Director at the Institute for International Policy, USA. In his 1975 book The Tragic Deception Professor Levine broke through traditional interpretations and advanced the theses that major differences separated Marx from Engels. In his 1984 Dialogue Within The Dialectic he re-wrote the historiography of Das Kapital by demonstrating that Marx planned his magnum opus to be two volumes and not three. In Marx's Discourse With Hegel he continues his search for new perspectives in Marx by proving Marx's dependency on Hegelian methodology. Professor Levine devoted his work to the rediscovery of the original Marx. In this endeavour he was benefited enormously from the research he conducted at the International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam, and the Marx-Engels Gesamtausgabe (MEGA2) at the Berlin-Brandenberg Academy of Sciences. He sees his mission as the supersession of the Cold War Communism of Stalin and Mao and the repositioning of Marx within the Enlightenment traditions of the advancement of human freedom, the identification of a Marx who perpetuated the hope of the French Revolution to establish an expanded post-bourgeois form of democracy. Recognizing the transformations of capitalism effected by the contemporary revolutions in media and technology Levine's mission is to show that only the humanism of the original Marx is capable perpetuating the hopes of mutual recognition and respect for the other.

More books by N. Levine

Leave Review

Delivery

Delivery Options

All delivery times quoted are the average, and cannot be guaranteed. These should be added to the availability message time, to determine when the goods will arrive. During checkout we will give you a cumulative estimated date for delivery.

Location 1st Book Each additional book Average Delivery Time
UK Standard Delivery FREE FREE 3-5 Days
UK First Class £4.50 £1.00 1-2 Days
UK Courier £7.00 £1.00 1-2 Days
Western Europe** Courier £17.00 £3.00 2-3 Days
Western Europe** Airmail £5.00 £1.50 4-14 Days
USA / Canada Courier £20.00 £3.00 2-4 Days
USA / Canada Airmail £7.00 £3.00 4-14 Days
Rest of World Courier £22.50 £3.00 3-6 Days
Rest of World Airmail £8.00 £3.00 7-21 Days

** Includes Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Irish Republic, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

Delivery Help & FAQs

Returns Information

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase*, you may return it to us in its original condition with in 30 days of receiving your delivery or collection notification email for a refund. Except for damaged items or delivery issues the cost of return postage is borne by the buyer. Your statutory rights are not affected.

* For Exclusions and terms on damaged or delivery issues see Returns Help & FAQs

You might also like

Philosophy Hacks
(Paperback)
Robert Arp; Martin Cohen
 
 
£14.99
 
Kant and the Science of Logic: A...
(Hardback)
Huaping Lu-Adler
 
 
£47.99
 
Kant on Freedom and Spontaneity
(Hardback)
Kate A. Moran
 
 
£75.00
 
Let There Be Enlightenment: The...
(Hardback)
Anton M. Matytsin; Dan Edelstein
 
 
£40.50
 
© W&G Foyle Ltd
Foyles uses cookies to help ensure your experience on our site is the best possible. Click here if you’d like to find out more about the types of cookies we use.
Accept and Close