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Marx and Alienation Essays on Hegelian Themes Sean Sayers ISBN: 9780230309142 DOI: 10.1057/9780230309142 Palgrave Macmillan Please respect intellectual property rights This material is copyright and its use is restricted by our s ndard site license terms and conditions (see palgraveconnect.com/pc/conn t/info/terms_conditions.html). If you plan to copy, distribute or share in any format, inclu ing, for the avoidance of doubt, posting on websites, you need the express prior ermission of Palgrave Macmillan. To request permission please contact rights algrave.com.
Also by Sean Sayers PLATO’S REPUBLIC An Introduction MARXISM AND HUMAN NATURE SOCIALISM AND DEMOCRACY (edited with David McLellan) SOCIALISM, FEMINISM AND PHILOSOPHY (edited with Peter Osborne) A Radical Philosophy Reader SOCIALISM AND MORALITY (edited with David McLellan) REALITY AND REASON Dialectic and the Theory of Knowledge HEGEL, MARX AND DIALECTIC (with Richard Norman) A Debate.
Contents Acknowledgements viii A Note on the Term ‘Alienation’ ix Introduction x 1 The Concept of Alienation: Hegelian Themes in 1 Modern Social Thought 2 Creative Activity and Alienation in Hegel and Marx 14 3 The Concept of Labour 32 4 The Individual and Society 48 5 Freedom and the ‘Realm of Necessity’ 65 6 Alienation as a Critical Concept 78 7 Private Property and Communism 101 8 The Division of Labour and Its Overcoming 133 9 Marx’s Concept of Communism 158 Appendix: The ‘Uplifting Inﬂuence’ of Work and Industry 173 Bibliography 180 Index 189 vii.