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From Aristotle to Marx

Aristotelianism in Marxist social ontology

by Jonathan E. Pike

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Hants, England, Brookfield, Vt .
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    Subjects:
  • Marx, Karl, 1818-1883.,
  • Aristotle -- Influence.,
  • Ontology.,
  • Philosophy, Marxist.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [188]-193) and index.

    StatementJonathan E. Pike.
    SeriesAvebury series in philosophy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB3305.M74 P575 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 195 p. ;
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL395671M
    ISBN 101840143096
    LC Control Number98074935

    This Kain explicitly takes to be a borrowing of Marx from Aristotle. At this point in his analysis of Marx, it appears that Kain is paralleling ideas developed in Nussbaum's analysis of Aristotle. Tom Rockmore will further develop the parallels between Marx and Aristotle on this particular point in Part IV. As Kain unfolds Marx's anthropological assumptions in his earliest writings, he concentrates on the latter's theory of . texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library.

    Author seemed to have a bias for anti-traditional philosophers such as Sartre and Marx, while being very critical of the classical minds such as Plato, Aristotle and Socrates. A bit more detachment would have been nice, but it was an informative and interesting read/5(85). He didn?t quite convince me that Aristotle?s perspective is?intimately related? to the frameworks of Smith and Marx. The book is organized into four sections. Parts I, II and III discuss in turn how Aristotle, Smith and Marx handled six basic themes: exchange value, money, capital, human character, government and change.

      When Marx wrote, “The theory of Communism may be summed up in the single sentence: Abolition of private property,” Aristotle knew such a program would be against human nature. quotes from Aristotle: 'Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.', 'It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.', and 'What is a friend? A single soul dwelling in two bodies.'.


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Pike. Both Karl Marx and Aristotle work on the basis of an ontology of universalia in rebus rather than on the Platonic schema of universalia ante rem.

Aristotle offers a de-reified account of soul and resolves what others take to be some kind of thing into a set of powers, or capacities whilst simultaneously remaining on the terrain of ontology, talking of what exists though not of what things : Jonathan E. Pike. From Aristotle to Marx By Jonathan E.

Pike Pages pages First published inthis volume from Dr. Jonathan E. Pike is original and provocative and integrates sources from the history of ideas, analytical philosophy, and contemporary social by: 5.

Book Description. Originally published between andthis Allen and Unwin series published single authored volumes on nine key political philosophers ranging from Aristotle to Karl Marx.

Volume titles are: Volume I: Hegel by Raymond Plant Volume II: Edmund Burke by Frank O'Gorman Volume III: Karl Marx by Michael Evans. Political Thinkers: From Aristotle to Marx James Steintrager Originally published between andthis Allen & Unwin series reprints single authored volumes on nine key political philosophers ranging from Aristotle to Karl Marx.

Examining the ontological commitments that Marx and later Marxists inherited from Aristotle, this book shows why ontological commitments are important. It also explains the Aristotelian reading of Marx, linking this to a critique of analytical Marxism and the philosophy of later Lukacs.

From Aristotle to Marx: Aristotelianism in Marxist Social Ontology (Routledge Revivals) Hardcover – 20 May Author: Jonathan E. Pike. Theory and Practice: History of a Concept From Aristotle to Marx. By Nicholas Lobkowicz. (University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame – London, Pp.

XVI Price $). [REVIEW] Z. Jordan - - Philosophy 45 () Marx and Aristotle which help explain how Marx used Aristotelian philosophies as one of many bases for the development of communism.

On the outset, Marx and Aristotle had similarities in respect to their backgrounds. Aristotle was the son of the court physician to Phillip II of Macedon and later tutor to his son, Alexander the Great.

One of the most important Aristotelian ideas that you find in Marx is the idea of human flourishing as the cultivation, development, and use of one's powers in a social context, what Aristotle called eudaimonia which parallels Marx's idea of disalienation, and forms on the other side, the fundamental reason why Marx.

In Defense of Moral Economy: Marx's Criticism of Aristotle's Theory of Value. Robert Gallagher - - Archiv fuer Rechts- und Sozialphilosphie (1) Aristotle’s View on “the Right of Practice”: An Investigation Into Aristotle’s Theory of Action.

Rosten's abecedarian roster of scintillating quotes goes from "Actors" to "Youth." Amid the categories are brief character studies of some of the most notable quotables, such as Yogi Berra, Groucho Marx, G.

Chesterton, and Bertrand Russell, together with some of their famous "refulgent distortions," mind bogglers, slips, and verbal slam : Hardcover.

MARX ON ARISTOTLE: FREEDOM, MONEY, AND POLITICS ity and equality requires commensurability; and he says that Aristo tle comes to a stop here, since (quoting Aristotle) "it is in truth impossible for things so different to become commensurable.".

Title: Theory and Practice: History of a Concept from Aristotle to Marx, Volume 1 Volume of Depot boeken 25 International studies of the Committee on International Relations, University of Notre Dame.

The book elucidates the fascinating evolution of the history of political ideas, through the works of thirteen key political thinkers which includes Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hegel and Marx.

The text highlights the decline and revival of classical political theory and portrays the clash of universalism vs. localism in the classical tradition. This short book, released for the two hundredth birthday of Marx, contains a series of articles on the man, his life, and his ideas: from an explanation of the philosophy of Marxism; to Marx’s battles against petty-bourgeois anarchist ideas; to Trotsky’s assessment of the Communist Manifesto.

It should be read by all class-conscious workers as the beginning of the study of the ideas of. Aristotle also wrote: The life of money-making is one undertaken under compulsion, and wealth is evidently not the good we are seeking; for it is merely useful and for the sake of something else.

Book I, a5; Marx was influenced by this observation which led to his eventual ideas of communism (Villa Economy) against capitalists (Market. Theory and practice: history of a concept from Aristotle to Marx.

Notre Dame [Ind.] University of Notre Dame Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Karl Marx; Karl Marx; Karl Marx; Karl Marx: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nikolaus Lobkowicz. Download A History of Political Thought Plato to Marx - Subrata Mukherjee&Sushila Ramaswamy @INVAD3R Comments.

Report "A History of Political Thought Plato to Marx - Subrata Mukherjee&Sushila Ramaswamy @INVAD3R" Please fill this form, we will try. Western Political Thought: From Plato to Marx is a lucid and comprehensive account of political thought that stretches from ancient Greece to the nineteenth century.

Analysing political philosophies chronologically, this book offers valuable insights into the political structures of societies across the ages, and presents a wide perspective on the various social and political ideologies.

For now, here’s a good list of other works (articles and books) on Marx and Aristotle (most sympathetic, some critical): Tony Burns, “Materialism in Ancient Greek Philosophy and in the Writings of the Young Marx” Denys Turner, Marxism and Christianity; Terry Eagleton, Why Marx Was Right; Howard Engelskirchen, Capital as a Social Kind.Here [in the Grundrisse] Marx tried to grasp the relation of Subject and Object in labour by using pairs of concepts, such as 'form-matter', or 'reality-possibility', which stem from Aristotle, whom he rated highly as a philosopher.

In an immediate sense, of course, Marx depended on the corresponding categories of Hegel's logic, but as they are.The book elucidates the fascinating evolution of the history of political ideas, through the works of thirteen key political thinkers â " which includes Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hegel and Marx.