Marx, marginalism, and modern sociology from Adam Smith to Max Weber by Clarke, Simon

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Published by MacMillan in London .

Written in English

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  • Sociology -- History.,
  • Economics -- History.

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StatementSimon Clarke.
SeriesContemporary social theory, Contemporary social theory (London, England)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHM19 .C56 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 250 p. ;
Number of Pages250
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2994765M
ISBN 100333292529, 0333292537
LC Control Number84250668

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Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology offers an original interpretation of Marx's critique of political economy as the basis of a critique of modern economics and sociology.

The core of the book is an account of Marx's theory of alienated labour as the basis of Marx's work as a whole. The critical implications of this theory are developed through an analysis of the historical development of liberal social theory from political economy to the modern /5(4).

Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology offers an original interpretation of Marx's critique of political economy as the basis of a critique of modern economics and sociology.

The core of the book is an account of Marx's theory of alienated labour as the basis of Marx's work as a whole/5(4). Marx, marginalism, and modern sociology: From Adam Smith to Max Weber (Contemporary social theory) Hardcover – January 1, /5(4).

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology offers an or /5(10). Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology argues that the 'marginalist revolution' was not a scientific revolution but the basis of a reformulation of an established ideology, political economy, in response to the rise of an organised working/5(4).

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The core of the book is an account of Marx's theory of alienated labour as the basis of Marx's work as a whole.

The critical implications of this theory are developed /5(4). Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology offers an original interpretation of Marx's Marx of political economy as the basis of a critique of modern economics and sociology.

The core of the book is an account of Marx's theory of alienated labour as the basis of Marx's work as a whole. The critical implications of this theory are developed through an analysis of the historical development of liberal social theory from political economy to the modern.

The substantive foundation of marginalism and of Weber’s sociology continues to be the naturalistic conception of the social relations of production of capitalist society that characterised nineteenth-century classical political economy, vulgar economy, sociology and by:   The main additions are in Chapter Three and at the beginning of Chapter Four, where I have related my interpretation of Marx to those which dominate the secondary literature, and the additional Chapters Seven and Nine, which sketch the implications of the critique of marginalism and of Weberian sociology for the critique of modern economics.

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() From Marginalism to Modern Sociology. In: Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology. Palgrave Macmillan, LondonAuthor: Simon Clarke. Reflections on Simon Clarke's "Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology" I say "reflections" but this post is mostly a summary of parts of this great book by Simon Clarke.

I read Clarke's book "Marx's Theory of Crisis" a year ago and found it an incredibly helpful history of the evolution of Marxist crisis theory. Clarke’s critique of interpretive sociology makes the final chapter of Marx, Marginalism, and Modern Sociology worthwhile reading.

The book as a whole, however, is full of rich detail which is interesting only if you care about the history of political economy. Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology offers an interpretation of Marx's critique of political economy as the basis of a critique of modern economics and sociology.

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Verso, London, pp., (about 70% my work). otherwise. Marx condemned philosophical materialism in the same breath as he criticised idealism, and for the same reasons. I have argued this case at length elsewhere, so I will just state it now.

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In: Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology. Palgrave Macmillan, LondonAuthor: Simon Clarke. There are two editions of Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology. I rewrote the book for the second edition, especially expanding the chapter on the early Marx, so this edition should be more useful for you, but the whole book is a very large pdf file (18Mb).

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Marx, Marginalism and Modern Society. This book offered a good introduction to Marx as a whole, in terms of both his contribution to politics and sociology. The thrust of the argument presented in this text is that Marx’s key contribution was his critique of the political economy.

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The orthodox Marxist characterisation of the marginalist revolution inverts the bourgeois : Simon Clarke. 1 quote from Simon Clarke: 'The central argument of structuralism is in essence a restatement of the discredited argument of linguistic positivism that language is the only reality since knowledge can only be expressed and communicated in linguistic form.' Books by Simon Clarke.

Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology 10 ratings Open Preview. Theories of Surplus Value (German: Theorien über den Mehrwert) is a draft manuscript written by Karl Marx between January and July It is mainly concerned with the West European theorizing about Mehrwert (added value or surplus value) from aboutcritically examining the ideas of British, French and German political economists about wealth creation and the profitability of.

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He is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Alma mater: The Hall School, Bryanston School, Clare .

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