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The Algebra of Revolution: The Dialectic and the Classical Marxist Tradition by John Rees
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The Algebra of Revolution: The Dialectic and the Classical Marxist Tradition
All the while Rees explains how each thinker interprets the dialectic and what each figure stresses as important. Rees writes in an easy to read style foreign to most books on the subject although he does assume a ba Just re-reading this book again. Rees writes in an easy to read style foreign to most books on the subject although he does assume a basic knowledge in philosophy. The dialectic is not just approached abstractly. Rees shows how the philosophical basis of Marxism affected the important debates through the course of socialist history. One criticism of the book is, as some critics like Kevin Anderson have argued, is that Rees treats the section on Hegel simplistically.
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I think this criticism of Hegel chapter is valid. Although Rees is not writing a book on Hegel. The main aim of this chapter is to outline Hegel's influence on Marx and Engels and to give a sketch of his world-view.
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