HEGEL, MARX AND THE ONTOLOGY OF THE SOCIAL BEING

2/2017, December ISBN: 978-88-31928-32-8pp. 19 - 32 DOI: 10.19280/P2017-2-002

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With this contribution, Domenico Losurdo analyses the connections between Marx’s and Hegel’s thinking in the light of some critical interpretations, from Lukács to Bloch and many Italian neo-Idealists. This overview is mate with the intent of re-thinking the categories of materialism and idealism. In particular, he addresses such themes as “work”, “alienation” and the relation of human being and nature, to show that Hegel conceives history in terms of liberation and think new an out an ontology of the social being.

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Losurdo, Domenico. "HEGEL, MARX AND THE ONTOLOGY OF THE SOCIAL BEING". Pólemos X. 2. (2017): 19-32 https://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegel-marx-e-lontologia-dellessere-sociale/?lang=en
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Losurdo, D. (2017). "HEGEL, MARX AND THE ONTOLOGY OF THE SOCIAL BEING". Pólemos X. (2). 19-32 https://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegel-marx-e-lontologia-dellessere-sociale/?lang=en
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Losurdo, Domenico. 2017. "HEGEL, MARX AND THE ONTOLOGY OF THE SOCIAL BEING". Pólemos X (2). Stamen: 19-32. https://www.rivistapolemos.it/hegel-marx-e-lontologia-dellessere-sociale/?lang=en
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