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A failed parricide : Hegel and the young Marx, by Roberto Finelli ; translated by Peter D. Thomas, Nicola Iannelli Popham

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A failed parricide : Hegel and the young Marx
Title
A failed parricide
Title remainder
Hegel and the young Marx
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by Roberto Finelli ; translated by Peter D. Thomas, Nicola Iannelli Popham
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Language
  • eng
  • ita
  • eng
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1945-
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Finelli, Roberto
Dewey number
193
Index
index present
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Popham, Nicola Iannelli
Series statement
Historical materialism book series,
Series volume
volume 116
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  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Marx, Karl
  • Feuerbach, Ludwig
  • Philosophy, Modern
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A failed parricide : Hegel and the young Marx, by Roberto Finelli ; translated by Peter D. Thomas, Nicola Iannelli Popham
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Preface; Chapter 1. Between the Ancient and the Modern; 1. Science and Utopia; 2. Hegel and the Epistemological 'Circle'; 3. The 'Idea' as an Organising Principle of Reality. Marx's Anti-Materialism; 4. Democritus and Epicurus: The Empiricism of the Sciences and the Idealism of Philosophy; 5. Humanity as the Negation of Nature; 6. Contradictions and Meteors; 7. Ancient Atomism between Hegel and Marx; 8. The Comparison of Idealisms. Ancient Idealism; 9. Modern Idealism; 10. Philosophy, World, 'Young Hegelians'; 11. From Poetry to Philosophy. From One Father to Another
  • 12. 'Formbestimmung' or 'Formal Determination': The Keystone of Marx's ThoughtChapter 2. A Hegelian Sketch; 1. Negation and Contradiction; 2. Intellectualistic Subjectivity and Its Bad Infinity; 3. The False Infinity: The Secret of Ideology; 4. The Speculative Closure. From Negation-Division to Absolute Negation; 5. Between Anthropology and Logic; 6. Hegel and the Young Hegelians; Chapter 3. Journalism with a Philosophical Soul; 1. 'To the Left and to the Right'; 2. Freedom as the Absolute; 3. A 'Generic' Ontology; Chapter 4. The Deceptive Materialism of Ludwig Feuerbach
  • 1. The Divinisation of Reason2. Against the Self-Foundation of the Self. Thoughts on Death and Immortality; 3. The Overturning of Subject and Predicate; 4. The Criticism of Hegel; 5. The Last Feuerbach; 6. Marx and Feuerbach; Chapter 5. An All Too Human Communism; 1. A Generalised Inversion; 2. The Modern World as a Binary World; 3. Hegel and Modern Civil Society; 3.1. The System of Needs and Classical Political Economy; 3.2. The Forms of Modern Socialisation; 3.3. Ethics in Civil Society; 3.4. Civil Society and the State; 4. Mental Abstraction and Real Abstraction
  • 5. A Fusional and Symbiotic CommunismBibliography; Index of Names
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ocn945978939
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unknown
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1 online resource (xiv, 282 pages .)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004307643
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)945978939
Label
A failed parricide : Hegel and the young Marx, by Roberto Finelli ; translated by Peter D. Thomas, Nicola Iannelli Popham
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Preface; Chapter 1. Between the Ancient and the Modern; 1. Science and Utopia; 2. Hegel and the Epistemological 'Circle'; 3. The 'Idea' as an Organising Principle of Reality. Marx's Anti-Materialism; 4. Democritus and Epicurus: The Empiricism of the Sciences and the Idealism of Philosophy; 5. Humanity as the Negation of Nature; 6. Contradictions and Meteors; 7. Ancient Atomism between Hegel and Marx; 8. The Comparison of Idealisms. Ancient Idealism; 9. Modern Idealism; 10. Philosophy, World, 'Young Hegelians'; 11. From Poetry to Philosophy. From One Father to Another
  • 12. 'Formbestimmung' or 'Formal Determination': The Keystone of Marx's ThoughtChapter 2. A Hegelian Sketch; 1. Negation and Contradiction; 2. Intellectualistic Subjectivity and Its Bad Infinity; 3. The False Infinity: The Secret of Ideology; 4. The Speculative Closure. From Negation-Division to Absolute Negation; 5. Between Anthropology and Logic; 6. Hegel and the Young Hegelians; Chapter 3. Journalism with a Philosophical Soul; 1. 'To the Left and to the Right'; 2. Freedom as the Absolute; 3. A 'Generic' Ontology; Chapter 4. The Deceptive Materialism of Ludwig Feuerbach
  • 1. The Divinisation of Reason2. Against the Self-Foundation of the Self. Thoughts on Death and Immortality; 3. The Overturning of Subject and Predicate; 4. The Criticism of Hegel; 5. The Last Feuerbach; 6. Marx and Feuerbach; Chapter 5. An All Too Human Communism; 1. A Generalised Inversion; 2. The Modern World as a Binary World; 3. Hegel and Modern Civil Society; 3.1. The System of Needs and Classical Political Economy; 3.2. The Forms of Modern Socialisation; 3.3. Ethics in Civil Society; 3.4. Civil Society and the State; 4. Mental Abstraction and Real Abstraction
  • 5. A Fusional and Symbiotic CommunismBibliography; Index of Names
Control code
ocn945978939
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 282 pages .)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004307643
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945978939

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