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Marx’s Political Science

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As intellectual discourse participates in a series of exchanges across time and space, this concluding chapter is this book's final salvo left for any audience it might enjoy. True scientific criticism, Marx tells us, must focus on the inner and specific logic of theoretical positions. The theorists addressed in the book are not the only ones whose ideas are conducive to an internal relations philosophy of science. Taken as a whole, in providing several ways to address empirical material with a method and analytical framework that can reveal, expose social relations that have remained unclear, obfuscated, misunderstood, and/or hidden, Marx's method challenges conventional social science.

Keywords: Marx; philosophy of science; political science; social science



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