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Karl Marx's theory of ideas, Torrance, John, Studies in Marxism and Social Theory. Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press; Paris: Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 1995, pages xxi, 433. Abstract

Lenin's Encounter with Hegel after Eighty Years: A Critical Assessment, Anderson, Kevin, Science and Society; 59(3), Fall 1995, pages 298-319. Abstract

Derrida and the Marxian Promise: Review Article, Salemohamed, G., Economy and Society; 24(3), August 1995, pages 471-82.

Rereading Marx and Nietzsche, Roberts, Michael, Rethinking Marxism; 8(1), Spring 1995

After "The Darkness at Noon": A Biographical Study of Marxism as Critical Theory, Jeannot, Thomas M., International Journal of Social Economics; 21(2-3-4), 1994, pages 81-102. Abstract

Karl Marx and His Vision of Salvation: The Natural Law and Private Property, Peterson, G. Paul, Review of Social Economy; 52(3), Fall 1994, pages 377-90. Abstract

The general will: Rousseau, Marx, communism, Levine, Andrew, Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1993, pages xiii, 222. Abstract

Freedom within Reason: From Axioms to Marxian Praxis, Varoufakis, Yanis, Science and Society; 56(4), Winter 1992-93, pages 440-66. Abstract

Marx on Man's Sociality by Nature: An Inexplicable Omission?, Nitsch, Thomas O., International Journal of Social Economics; 19(7-8-9), 1992, pages 108-20. Abstract

The Hegelian dialectic and Marx's Capital., Likitkijsomboon, Pichit, Cambridge Journal of Economics; 16(4), Dec. 1992, pages 405-420.

Marxism and Humanism, Sherman, Howard J., International Journal of Social Economics; 19(7-8-9), 1992, pages 58-70. Abstract

Hegel, Marx, and the English state, MacGregor, David, Boulder and Oxford: Westview Press, 1992, pages x, 345. Abstract

On the Possibility of Marx's Moral Critique of Capitalism, Elliott, John E., Blaug, Mark, ed. Karl Marx (1818-1883). Elgar Reference Collection series. Pioneers in Economics series, vol. 23, Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in North America by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt. 1991, pages 88-103. Previously published: [1986].

Moral and Ethical Considerations in Karl Marx's Robust Vision of the Future Society, Elliott, John E., Blaug, Mark, ed. Karl Marx (1818-1883). Elgar Reference Collection series. Pioneers in Economics series, vol. 23, Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in North America by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt. 1991, pages 155-78. Previously published: [1987].

Marx and the Origins of Dialectical Materialism, Moore, S., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 1. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 138-46.

Karl Marx on Greek Atomism, Bailey, C., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 1. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 507-09. Previously published: [1918].

Hegel's Philosophical Politics and Its Influence on Marx, Thakurdas, F., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 1. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 128-37. Previously published: [1971].

Marx and Hegel's Logic, Carver, Terrell, Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 1. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 188-203. Previously published: [1976].

Marx, Engels, and Dialectics, Carver, Terrell, Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 1. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 817-30. Previously published: [1980].

Notes on Marx and the Problem of Individuality, Molina, V., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 4. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 36-72. Previously published: [1977].

'Ideology' in Marx and Engels, Mills, C. W., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 4. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 226-45. Previously published: [1985].

Marx, Materialism, and the Limits of Philosophy, Bender, F. L., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 2. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 105-24. Previously published: [1983].

Foucault's Critique of Functional Marxism, Gold, Steven Jay, Rethinking Marxism; 3(3-4), 1990, pages 297-307

Le capital symbolique. Généalogie sartrienne d'un concept marxien. (Symbolic Capital: The Sartrian Genesis of a Marxian Notion. With English summary.), Guibert, Bernard, Economies et Sociétés; 23(6), June 1989, pages 151-83.

Marx, Reason, and the Art of Freedom: Review, Little, Daniel, Review of Radical Political Economics; 21(1-2), 1989, pages 163-64.

Marx, Reason, and the Art of Freedom: Review: Reply, Brien, Kevin, Review of Radical Political Economics; 21(1-2), 1989, pages 166-68.

Karl Marx and the philosophy of praxis, Kitching, Gavin, London and New York: Routledge, 1988, pages xii, 265. Abstract

Justice and Freedom in Marx's Moral Critique of Capitalism, Elliott, John E., Samuels, Warren J., ed. Research in the history of economic thought and methodology. Volume 5. A Research Annual, Greenwich, Conn. and London: JAI Press, 1987, pages 1-49.

Philosophy and Economics in the Writings of Karl Marx, Hunt, E. K., Helburn, Suzanne W., ed.; Bramhall, David F., ed. Marx, Schumpeter, Keynes: A centenary celebration of dissent. Armonk, N.Y., and London: Sharpe, 1986, pages 95-120.

On the Possibility of Marx's Moral Critique of Capitalism, Elliott, John E., Review of Social Economy; 44(2), October 1986, pages 130-45.

Reflections on Economics and Morality: Hegel, Marx, and the Neoclassical Tradition, Jamieson, Dale, Helburn, Suzanne W., ed.; Bramhall, David F., ed. Marx, Schumpeter, Keynes: A centenary celebration of dissent. Armonk, N.Y., and London: Sharpe, 1986, pages 336-43.

Hegel: A Neglected Link in the Smith-Marx Connection, Nitsch, Thomas O., Atlantic Economic Journal; 13(1), March 1985, pages 98.

Philosophical Issues in the Study of Historical Materialism, Grafstein, Robert, Social Science Quarterly; 65(4), December 1984, pages 955-60.

Marx and Positivism, Farr, James, Ball, Terence, ed.; Farr, James, ed. After Marx. Cambridge; New York and Sydney: Cambridge University Press, 1984, pages 217-34.

Pour une étiologie de l'aliénation politique: Marx à l'ecole de Spinoza. (Contribution to an Aetiology of Political Alienation. With English summary.), Rubel, Maximilien, Economies et Sociétés; 19(7-8), July-August 1984, pages 223-41.

La filosofia de "El Capital": En el centenario de Marx, Roces, Wenceslao, El Trimestre Economico; 50(200), Oct.-Dec. 1983, pages 1861-66.

Objectivity and Moral Commitment in the World-View of Marx and Engels, Goldstick, Danny, Science and Society; 47(1), Spring 1983, pages 84-91.

Philosophy and Revolution in the Young Marx, Johnson, Carol, Science and Society; 47(1), Spring 1983, pages 66-83.

Marxist Epistemology: The Critique of Economic Determinism, Resnick, Stephen A.; Wolff, Richard D., Social Text, 1982

Economy and self : philosophy and economics from the mercantilists to Marx, Fischer, Norman, Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1979, pages x, 264.

Marx, à la rencontre de Spinoza, Rubel, Maximilien, Economies et Sociétés; 12(1-2), Jan.-Feb. 1978, pages 239-65.

Marx, Feuerbach, and the Essence of Man: A Reply to E. K. Hunt, LeoGrande, William M., Science and Society; 42(2), Summer 1978, pages 211-18.

From Marx to Aristotle, from Aristotle to Us, Castoriadis, Cornelius, Social Research; 45(4), Winter 1978, pages 667-738.

Karl Marx on Human Nature, Fetscher, Iring, Social Research; 40(3), Autumn 1973, pages 443-67.


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