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45+Week+12+Lecture+1 - Hegel and Marx, Imperialism and Culture

45+Week+12+Lecture+1 - Hegel and Marx, Imperialism and Culture

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IAS 45 Survey of World  History Week 12 Lecture 1: Instructor: Joseph W.H. Lough Phone: 510.219.6569 • email:  [email protected] Office Hours: Tues. 1-5 125 Stephens Hall GSIs: Rachel Brahinsky [email protected] Patrick Hazelton [email protected] Johntell Washington [email protected]
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Review History and Progress the problem of European exceptionalism the problem with historical patterns the problem with social logical the problem with social domination Reactions to Social and Political Change Prophecy and Revitalization in the Islamic  World and Africa
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Review Prophecy and Rebellion in China
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Preview Making sense of Hegel and Marx Utopians, Socialists, and Radicals in  Europe Insurgencies Against Colonizing and  Centralizing States
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Making Sense of Hegel and  Marx Is Hegel’s Method Historical? Thesis-Antithesis-Synthesis a processual or progressive historical model history is moving forward when one cluster of events or processes abuts another,  the two annihilate one another while forming a third, new  cluster change is progressive; the new is higher,  more  developed, better Totality all places and times appear comprehensible and  rational NEW
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Making Sense of Hegel and  Marx Is Hegel’s Method Historical? Totality all places and times appear comprehensible and  rational our knowledge does appear to be cumulative and  increasingly comprehensive viewed from other social formations more primitive, or simply a different set of values?
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Making Sense of Hegel and  Marx Is Marx’s method revolutionary? early Marx when capitalists employ laborers and only return to  them some of the value they have earned through  their work labor comes to be alienated from the value it has  created the social fabric will be healed when labor not only  creates all value—which is what A Smith and  GFW Hegel both argued; but also when labor owns and controls all value
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Making Sense of Hegel and  Marx Is Marx’s method revolutionary? early Marx does not challenge the fundamental nature of  value creation under capitalism only challenges the distribution of value suggests that the solution could be revolutionary: seize private property and the means of  production; or evolutionary: increasingly socialize property and the  means of production not necessarily revolutionary
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Making Sense of Hegel and  Marx Is Marx’s method revolutionary?
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