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The Resource Marx Worldwide : On the Development of the International Discourse on Marx Since 1965

Marx Worldwide : On the Development of the International Discourse on Marx Since 1965

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Marx Worldwide : On the Development of the International Discourse on Marx Since 1965
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Marx Worldwide
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On the Development of the International Discourse on Marx Since 1965
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Marx Worldwide : On the Development of the International Discourse on Marx Since 1965
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Marx Worldwide : On the Development of the International Discourse on Marx Since 1965
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  • {u200E}Contents -- {u200E}Preface -- {u200E}Introduction -- {u200E}Chapter 1. The Development of Varying Marx-Oriented Conceptual Approaches between the Poles of Politics and Theory from the 1960s to the Present -- {u200E}1. Dogmatic Marxism before the Political and Theoretical Upheaval -- {u200E}1.1. Soviet Marxism-Leninism before De-Stalinisation -- {u200E}1.2. A Brief Insight into the Current State of Research into Chinese Marxism before 1978 -- {u200E}2. Marxism's Resurgence between the Inception and Highpoint of Political Movements of Emancipation (Circa 1960/65-77) -- {u200E}2.1. Western Europe and the Anglo-Saxon World -- {u200E}2.2. Latin America and Asia -- {u200E}2.3. 'Heretical Marxism' in Eastern Europe -- {u200E}3. From the Proclamation of the 'Crisis of Marxism' to the Decline of Marxism as a Mass Ideology (Circa 1974-90) -- {u200E}3.1. Europe and North America -- {u200E}3.2. Latin America, Africa and Asia -- {u200E}4. The Global Situation after the End of Marxism as a Mass Ideology (Circa 1990-2008) -- {u200E}Chapter 2. The Further Development of the Marx Debate since the 1960s: A Survey -- {u200E}1. West Germany -- {u200E}2. Japan -- {u200E}2.1. The Situation before 1945 -- {u200E}2.2. The Evolution of the Japanese Debate from the Postwar Period to the Present -- {u200E}3. Other Asian Countries -- {u200E}3.1. South Asia -- {u200E}3.2. East Asia -- {u200E}4. The Former Socialist Countries in Europe -- {u200E}4.1. The Soviet Union -- {u200E}4.2. The GDR and other Former Socialist Countries in Europe -- {u200E}5. Italy, France and Other Western European Countries -- {u200E}5.1. Italy -- {u200E}5.2. France -- {u200E}5.3. Other Western European Countries -- {u200E}6. Latin America and Spain -- {u200E}6.1. Latin America -- {u200E}6.2. Spain -- {u200E}7. The Anglo-Saxon World -- {u200E}Critical Excursus on Perry Anderson's In the Tracks of Historical Materialism -- {u200E}Chapter 3. In-Depth Analyses: Central Discourses within the German and International Discussions of Marx from the 1980s to the Present
  • {u200E}1. The Understanding of the Object of Critique and Value-Theory -- {u200E}1.1. On the Understanding of the Object of the Critique of Political Economy -- {u200E}1.2. A Survey of the International Debate on Marx's Theory of Value, with a Particular Focus on the Analysis of the Value-Form -- {u200E}1.3. Summary -- {u200E}2. The Problematic of Enquiry and Exposition in the Critique of Political Economy -- {u200E}2.1. A 'Mont Blanc' of Research Material -- {u200E}2.2. The Ascent from the Abstract to the Concrete and the 'Problem of the Beginning' in Marx's Presentation -- {u200E}2.3. The Relation of Marx's Critique of Political Economy to Hegel's Philosophy as Reflected in the International Debate -- {u200E}2.4. Summary -- {u200E}3. The Six-Volume Plan and the Concept of 'Capital in General' -- {u200E}3.1. The Structure of the Critique of Political Economy in Six Volumes -- {u200E}3.2. The Problematic of 'Capital in General' -- {u200E}3.3. Summary -- {u200E}4. Crisis Theory in and after Marx -- {u200E}4.1. Approaches to the Interpretation of Marx's Crisis Theory -- {u200E}4.2. An Insight into the Marx-Oriented Discussion of Crisis in South Korea following the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 -- {u200E}Excursus on the World Market and Crisis -- {u200E}4.3. Summary -- {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Postface -- {u200E}Bibliography -- {u200E}Index
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