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by Robert J. Antonio,Ronald M. Glassman

eBook A Weber-Marx Dialogue download ISBN: 0700603123
Author: Robert J. Antonio,Ronald M. Glassman
Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas (November 1, 1986)
Language: English
Pages: 334
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

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A Weber-Marx Dialogue. Robert J. Antonio, Ronald M. Glassman. Bryan S. Glassman," American Journal of Sociology 91, no. 6 (May, 1986): 1505-1506.

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Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz, Ronald M. Glassman, J. Having discussed the potentiality for the new middle class to participate as a responsible, rational, public-minded citizenry, let us now turn to the problem of law. Glassman, Jr. William H. Swatos, Peter Kivisto.

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Reich uses Marx in his predominately Freudian framework of sexual repression in trying to' address the problem of repression and suppression in Western . A Weber-Marx Dialogue by Robert J. Antonio; Ronald M.

Fromm, on the other hand puts Freud into his already Marxist approach to authority, the family, and ideology. Adorno, Marcuse, and Horkheimer largely ignored sexuality in their later writings, but instead used Freudian concepts in their theory ofthe tuuhoritarian personality.

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