Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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It can be guaranteed methodologically — by the dialectical method. (p.43.) The
trouble is, though, that the 'methodological guarantee' offered by Lukács is at
times in danger of becoming a new form of apriorism which tends to discard ...
Thus, methodology and doctrine constitute an inseparable unity in Rosa
Luxemburg's conception of the Marxian dialectical system. 7.4.3 LUKACS
passionately shares with Luxemburg the radical rejection of the reformist position
and her ...
Indeed, only a few lines after the passage quoted from page 188 Lukács —
anticipating and rejecting Merleau-Ponty's left-handed compliment — states quite
categorically that 'it is highly misleading to describe dialectical materialism as ...
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