Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Important Secondary Literature.

A numer of important works inform my reading of Karl Marx. These are in addition to the works I proposed for the reader to visit in my first post. Bolded works are guiding threads for interpetations.

Major influences:
  • Bertell Ollman /Alienation
  • Richard W. Miller /Analyzing Marx : Moralitty, Power and History
  • G.A. Cohen /Karl Marx's Theory of History
  • Allen E. Buchanan/ Marx and Justice
  • Allen Wood /Karl Marx
  • Alexander Balinky/ Marx's Economics
  • Sidney Hook/ From Hegel to Marx
  • Jurgen Habermas/ Knowledge and Human Interests
  • Gavin Kitching / Karl Marx and the Philosophy of Praxis

3 comments:

Thomas said...

I have this site bookmarked. I look forward to reading what you have to say.

Dark Ledge said...

I'd like to second fnr_thomas' comments. For some time, I had been wanting to investigate Karl Marx's works more thoroughly. How fortuitous that I found your blog.

If you should like, perhaps you might want to drop by and check out my blog sometime?

The CrisisBest Regards,

Dark Ledge

romiustexis said...

I hope to provide something of interest then to you all. Thanks for the ecouragement!