The ethical work of Karl Marx

Rubel, Maximilien
Year Published:  1982
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX10722

If ethics is taken to be, on the one hand, the negation of bourgeois ideology and morality and, on the other, as the intellectual and practical anticipation of the humanist values which are to govern relations among individuals in a world community freed from today's dominant alienating institutions (economic, political, ideological, etc.), then the work of Karl Marx may consequently be understood as an ethical act.

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