Christianity and Marxism: A Philosophical Contribution to Their Reconciliation

Psychology Press, 2001 - 149 pages
"Collier argues that Christianity and Marxism are, or can be brought, closer than is commonly thought. He concludes with a discussion of the ways in which both movements can be made truer to themselves by learning from each other, and how they can consequently be more effective in their projects of human liberation. This book is the first to consider the philosophical issues at stake in the Christian/Marxist dialogue for seventy years, and will be of great interest to all those involved in philosophy, theology, politics and Marxism, including the philosophy of politics, the philosophy of religion, and liberation theology."--BOOK JACKET.

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On philosophy and world views
The dialectics of fallen nature
The valium of the poor?
Tomorrows bread
What Christians and Marxists can learn from each other
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Andrew Collier is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southampton and has previously lectured at Warwick, Sussex and Bangor Universities. His recent publications include Socialist Reasoning, Critical Realism and Being and Worth.

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