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Wright (1992): Reconstructing Marxism
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Titel:
Reconstructing Marxism
Untertitel:
Essays on Explanation and the Theory of History
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1992
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Der PDF-Datei fehlen 2 Seiten der Einleitung. - Die "Rekonstruktion" ist bei näherer Betrachtung ein fast vollständige Preisgabe aller Positionen, in denen Marx gegenüber der Neoklassik und der positivistisch orientierten Soziologie einen Fortschritt darstellt. Kritische Auseinandersetzung mit Wright et al. durch Suchting (1993).
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Inhalt:
Preface
1 Marxism: Crisis or Renewal?

PART 1 The Theory of History
2 Classical Historical Materialism
3 What is Historical about Historical Materialism?
4 Historical Trajectories
5 Towards a Reconstructed Historical Materialism

PART II Explanation
6 Marxism and Methodological Individualism
7 Causal Asymmetries

PART III Conclusion
8 Prospects for the Marxist Agenda
Bibliography
Index

Chapter 1 is based, in part, on "What is Analytical Marxism?" (Wright), Socialist Review 89/4 (December 1989), pp. 37-56; and "What is a Marxist Today?" (Levine) in Analyzing Marxism: New Essays on Analytical Marxism, Robert Ware and Kai Nielsen, eds, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, supplementary volume 15 (1989), pp. 29-58.
Chapter 2 is a substantially revised version of "Rationality and Class Struggle" (Levine and Wright), New Left Review 123 (1980), pp. 47-68. The current version is based, in part, on a descendant of the original paper published as Chapter 5 of Arguing for Socialism (Levine) (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984; 2nd edition, London: Verso, 1988).
Chapters 3 and 5 are based on "What's Historical About Historical Materialism" (Levine and Sober), The Journal of Philosophy 82, 6 (June 1985), pp. 304-26; and the revisions of that paper published as Chapter 5 of The End of the State (Levine) (London: Verso, 1987).
Chapter 4 is a substantially revised version of "Giddens's Critique of Marx" (Wright), New Left Review 138 (1983), pp. 11-36. A somewhat different version entitled "Models of History's Trajectory" was published in David Held and John B. Thompson, eds, Anthony Giddens and His Critics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989).
Chapter 6 is a slightly revised version of "Marxism and Methodological lndividualism" (Levine, Sober and Wright), New Left Review 162 (1987), pp. 67-84.
Chapters 7 and 8 appear here for the first time.


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