Hegel and Marx: Introductory Lectures

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Sylvia Kedourie, Helen Kedourie, Elie Kedourie
Wiley, May 1, 1995 - Political Science - 176 pages
Based on Elie Kedourie's celebrated lectures at the London School of Economics, this is a sparkling introduction to the often difficult, sometimes opaque writings of Hegel and Marx. With characteristic eloquence and clarity, Kedourie provides an authoritative exposition of the contributions made by these two thinkers in shaping the foundations of contemporary political philosophy. Hegel and Marx will be welcomed by students and scholars alike.

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Elie Kedourie, at the time of his death in 1992, was Emeritus Professor of Politics at the University of London and Fellow of the British Academy. Author of numerous books, including Nationalism (fourth edition, Blackwell, 1993) he was a leading authority on the Arab and Jewish worlds, and on the history of ideas.

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