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Marx’s Attempt to Leave Philosophy

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$93.50 • £74.95 • €84.00

ISBN 9780674551336

Publication Date: 09/30/1998

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448 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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[Marx’s Attempt to Leave Philosophy] is plainly the work of a thoughtful and intelligent philosopher. The discussions of Bruno Bauer and Marx’s writings of 1844–6, in particular, are valuable resources for students of German philosophy of the 1840s.—Brian Leiter, The Times Literary Supplement

Brudney’s work offers some fascinating insights into the world of the Young Hegelians from whence Marx came. It also makes some subtle points about the epistemology of moral theory and about the communitarian aspects of Marx’s vision that are important for contemporary philosophy.—R. Hudelson, Choice

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