Dialectics of Human Nature in Marx's Philosophy by M. TabakDialectics of Human Nature in Marx's Philosophy by M. Tabak

Dialectics of Human Nature in Marx's Philosophy

byM. Tabak

Hardcover | July 3, 2012

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Through a close and extensive reading of his works, Dialectics of Human Nature in Marx's Philosophy demonstrates that Marx's explanations are fundamentally dialectical, and that his dialectic method, as well as his philosophical system, is inconceivable without his conception of human nature. An exploration of Marx's thought without any favorable or critical ideological agendas, this book opposes the compartmentalization of Marx's thought into various competing doctrines, such as historical materialism, dialectical materialism, and different forms of economic determinism. Mehmet Tabak highlights Marx's humanism; however, instead of pitting Marx's humanism against materialism, dialectical and historical, this book demonstrates their unity in a novel way.
Mehmet Tabak is an adjunt associate professor of Politics at New York University. He has published several scholarly articles on Marx thought. This is his first book.
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Title:Dialectics of Human Nature in Marx's PhilosophyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:244 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:July 3, 2012Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230341462

ISBN - 13:9780230341463

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Table of Contents

Marx’s Conception of Human Nature: “Is there no human nature just as there is a universal nature of plants and stars?” * Historical Materialism: General Theory of History * Dialectics and Historical Materialism: Determinants of the Structure * Alienation: Marx’s Critical Explanation and Evaluation of the Internal Structure of Bourgeois Society * The State in Bourgeois Society and the Bourgeois State * Justice, Rights and Alienation * Marx’s Critique of Ideology, Moral Positivism and Moralizing Criticism: Introduction to Critical-Revolutionary Dialectic