Dialectical Phenomenolgy: Marx's Method

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Routledge, 2009 - Business & Economics - 287 pages
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In this inquiry into Marxâe(tm)s method of theorising, originally published in 1979, Roslyn Bologh analyses theory in the same way that Marx analyses the production of capital, and provides a set of rules for reproducing Marxâe(tm)s method. The rules are developed through an examination of the Grundrisse, a text by Marx that combines his technical critique of political economy with his humanistic, philosophical concerns and his historical perspective. Dr Bologh concludes that Marxâe(tm)s method, as dialectical phenomenology, offers a way of analysing language, knowledge and the social relations and practices of everyday life, as well as the more obvious phenomena of capitalism.

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