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The Declining Importance of Hegel for Marx: James D. White's Provocative Work

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[Louis Althusser's position concerning the tendency in Marx's relationship to Hegel is that Marx was driven ‘irresistibly to the radical abandonment of every shade of Hegelian influence'. Whether or not one accepts Althusser's interpretation, it has been considered important enough to warrant heated discussion and commentary, and probably has represented the deepest attack on Hegelian Marxism. In 1996, James D. White published Karl Marx and the Intellectual Origins of Dialectical Materialism. He basically comes to the same conclusion using a much simpler method of analysis and without any reference to Althusser or most other anti-Hegelian Marxists., Louis Althusser's position concerning the tendency in Marx's relationship to Hegel is that Marx was driven ‘irresistibly to the radical abandonment of every shade of Hegelian influence'. Whether or not one accepts Althusser's interpretation, it has been considered important enough to warrant heated discussion and commentary, and probably has represented the deepest attack on Hegelian Marxism. In 1996, James D. White published Karl Marx and the Intellectual Origins of Dialectical Materialism. He basically comes to the same conclusion using a much simpler method of analysis and without any reference to Althusser or most other anti-Hegelian Marxists.]

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2001-01-01
2016-12-09

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