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This section of the book on Marx's Scientific Dialectics: A Methodological Treatise for a New Century contains a list of reference books and author names. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. Marx often aligned himself with both "scientific" and "dialectical" principles, at least once referring to his method as a "scientific dialectic", suggesting he believed dialectical reason could be incorporated into scientific method. By debunking several misconceptions about Marx's work and examining how he brought scientific methods to bear on his general sociological thinking, his materialist historical perspective, and within his political economy, the book brings new insight to the methodological principles that animate Marx's writings.

Keywords: Marx; Scientific Dialectics



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