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Capital as Organic Unity: The Role of Hegel’s Science of by M.E. Meaney

By M.E. Meaney

This is a piece of historic serious exegesis. It goals to set up the impact of the technology of common sense (SL) of G.W.F. Hegel at the Grundrisse of Karl Marx. it's the first paintings within the background of Marx experiences to illustrate that the Hegelian common sense guided Marx's doctrinal improvement, and that the ordering of the logical different types within the SL is mirrored within the ordering of monetary different types within the Grundrisse.

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