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  • Author:
    Stanley Moore
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    0271008652
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    978-0271008653
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    Penn State University Press; 1St Edition edition (January 6, 1993)
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    140 pages
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Marx versus Markets points out that Marx defines communist economies&- even in their lower stage of development&- as classless economies without markets. Two conclusions emerge from Stanley Moore's analysis.

Marx versus Markets points out that Marx defines communist economies&- even in their lower stage of development&- as classless economies without markets. It then examines his claims that classless economies with markets are in some sense inferior to communist economies. First, Marx's major arguments for abolishing commodity exchange rely on moral and philosophical premises, derived from Feuerbach in the earlier writings and from Hegel in the later

The challenge to Marxian theory presented by the current collapse of communist economies centers on the role of markets

The challenge to Marxian theory presented by the current collapse of communist economies centers on the role of markets. Marx versus Markets points out that Marx defines communist economies-even in their lower stage of development-as classless economies without markets. Two conclusions emerge from Stanley Moore's analysis

This book will serve the good purpose of helping to wean those remaining dogmatic Marxists from their defense of communism without markets, by showing that the claim that such a society could exist was false inference, even from within Marxism

This book will serve the good purpose of helping to wean those remaining dogmatic Marxists from their defense of communism without markets, by showing that the claim that such a society could exist was false inference, even from within Marxism. It is a worthwhile contribution to Marxology, with a special relevance in the post-1989 world. John E. Roemer, University of California, Davis.

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Similar books and articles. Stanley Moore - 1993 - Pennsylvania State University Press. Three Tactics the Background in Marx. Marx and the State of Nature. Stanley Williams Moore - 1967 - Journal of the History of Philosophy 5 (2):133-148. Democracy and Commodity Exchange: Protagoras Versus Plato.

X, 126 pages ; 22 cm. The challenge to Marxian theory presented by the current collapse of communist economies centers on the role of markets. Marx Versus Markets points out that Marx defines communist economies - even in their lower stage of development - as classless economies without markets. Two conclusions emerge from Stanley Moore's analysis

The challenge to Marxian theory presented by the current collapse of communist economies centers on the role of markets.

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The challenge to Marxian theory presented by the current collapse of communist economies centers on the role of markets. Marx versus Markets points out that Marx defines communist economies—even in their lower stage of development—as classless economies without markets. It then examines his claims that classless economies with markets are in some sense inferior to communist economies.

Two conclusions emerge from Stanley Moore's analysis. First, Marx's major arguments for abolishing commodity exchange rely on moral and philosophical premises, derived from Feuerbach in the earlier writings and from Hegel in the later. Second, Marx's ideal of communist economy in incompatible with his materialistic approach to history. Marx's attack on markets flunked the test of theory one hundred years before it flunked the test of practice.