Marx - The Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/18/11 The Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts Karl Marx
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4/18/11 Marx’s Life 1818-1883 Studied philosophy and law. Influence of Hegel. 1848: Failed revolution in Germany. Publication of The Communist Manifesto . Flight to London. Relationship with Engels. Productive life. ( New York Daily Tribune )
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4/18/11 Voted
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4/18/11 Early and Mature Marx Early Marx (through 1848) Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts The German Ideology More philosophical / strong influence of Hegel Late/Mature Marx: Grundrisse Capital (3 volumes)
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4/18/11 Marx’s Conception of History The necessity of the historical process. Movement as a result of internal conflicts / contradictions. (The idea of dialectic – taken from Hegel.) History as spirit’s development of self-consciousness (Hegel) vs. as a naturalistic development of the
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4/18/11 Marx and Political Economy Adam Smith on the “invisible hand” and the importance of economic freedom for progress and the production of wealth. David Ricardo on the “labor theory of value”. Marx aims at an internal and an external critique of these views:
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4/18/11 Marx and the Industrial Revolution
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Critique of Capitalism Necessary developments within capitalism: The worker becomes commodified. Capitalism creates a theory of value as opposed to be being based in one. The situation of the worker becomes
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