Reinventing Marxism

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JHU Press, 1995年12月2日 - 366 頁

The collapse of the Soviet Union provides economist Howard Sherman the opportunity to re-evaluate Marxism as an alternative to conventional pro-capitalist perspectives. Arguing that Soviet Marxism distorted Marxian thought, Sherman acknowledges that Marxism must move beyond its traditional Soviet formulation. What is needed, he writes, is a new, critical Marxism that is integral to a radical political economy—a Marxism that sees society as an organic whole, dependent upon an integrated set of relationships.

 

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Why Reinvent Marxism?
3
A Critique of Reductionism
13
The Relational Approach
29
The Historical Approach
56
The Critical Method
71
A Critique of Individualism
85
Class Analysis
109
Poverty Inequality and Exploitation
129
The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union
193
Dialectics as a Critical Method
215
The Conflict of Paradigms
243
Determinism and Predeterminism
270
Marxian Humanism and Liberal Humanism
286
Reinventing Socialism
317
References
339
Name Index
359

Unemployment and Business Cycles
152
Democracy and Capitalism
177

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關於作者 (1995)

Howard J. Sherman is professor of economics at the University of California, Riverside. His many books include The Business Cycle: Growth and Crisis in Capitalism, and Foundations of Radical Political Economy.

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