Anti-Hegelian Reading of Economic Theory - Studies in the History of Philosophy S. v. 63 (Hardback)Andrea Micocci (author)
Hardback 424 Pages / Published: 18/03/2002
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An examination of the political economy through the eyes of a philosopher. The framework for analysis is a materialistic and naturalistic one based on logical considerations, identified with a Western philosophical tradition which stretches from Epicurus to Aquinas to Rousseau to the contemporary anti-Hegelian reaction of Feuerbach, Marx and Della Volpe. The book builds an original and philosophical approach, analyzes economic doctrines from the point of view of their logical shortcomings, producing an interesting view of the relationship between capitalist culture and political economy, and sketching an alternative political economy, concrete-based, historical and taxonomic.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 424
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