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R48G: hegel’s fixation on adam smith, and marx

October 3rd, 2017 · No Comments

despite our barbs against hegel, and marx, there remains the most obvious of obvious issues: the tendency of such as Hegel, and Kant, to become captive to the influence of the sudden appearance of Adam Smith, so suddenly influential, and this was appropriate in its own way, for a short time: but almost immediately this needed a kind of correction and we see that coming very rapidly in the wake of the hegelian generation. Perhaps this is part of the reason for the fixation on hegel. but we should note that the kantian theme of the republic of ends immediately moved to a new way to express a postcapitalist theme and this gave birth to the ‘kantian ethical socialists’ and their parallel stream to the rigid and clubfooted marxist legacy…

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