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Théorie de l'aliénation
Theory of alienation

Alienation, Exploitation and Abstract Labor: A Humanist Defense of Marx's Theory of Value, Smith, Murray E. G., Review of Radical Political Economics; 26(1), March 1994, pages 110-33. Abstract

Alienation, Communism and Revolution in the Marx-Engels Briefwechsel, Hammen, O. J., 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 421-44. Previously published: [1972].

Man's Self-Alienation in the Early Writings of Marx, Lowith, K., 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 372-92. Previously published: [1954].

Alienation and History in Early Marx, Easton, Loyd D., 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 593-605. Previously published: [1961].

Agency or Alienation? Smith, Mill, and Marx on the Joint-Stock Company, Henderson, James P., History of Political Economy; 18(1), Spring 1986, pages 111-31.

Pour une étiologie de l'aliénation politique: Marx à l'école 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.

Professor Roberts's Marx: On Alienation and Economic Systems, Elliott, John E., Journal of Economic Issues; 9(3), Sept. 1975, pages 471-500.

The Political Economy of Alienation: Karl Marx and Adam Smith, West, E. G., Oxford Economic Papers; 21(1), March 1969, pages 1-23.


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