Understanding Marx and Capital

Dennis Collin

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Emancipation is the true thread of Marx's thought. He is not concerned with capitalism, nor with Marxism for that matter, but with capital: it is to this fundamental notion that we must return in order to understand Marx's thought and communism. This also requires resituating the richness of his argument in the light of his life course, and no longer of the myth that has been forged around the father of “Marxism”. Denis Collin allows us to understand what Marx's ideas are and why he deserves to be considered one of the greatest thinkers of humanity.
The author

Denis Collin is a professor of philosophy, doctor of letters and human sciences. He has published Morale et justice sociale (Éditions du Seuil, 2001), Revive the Republic (Armand Colin, 2005), Marx's Nightmare (Max Milo, 2009), The Length of the Chain (Max Milo, 2011). Yves Rouvière also illustrated Freud for the “Understand” collection (Hervé Castanet, Max Milo, 2011).

104 pages | ISBN: 9782315003013