Marx's Attempt to Leave Philosophy

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Index
Abrams, M. H., 383n50, 383n51
Adorno, Theodor, 408n38
Age of Constantine the Great, The ( Burckhardt), 232
alienation, 148-151, 163, 193, 194-195, 208-209
Althusser, Louis, 13, 318-321, 405n3, 411n22, 411n26
Anscombe, G. E. M., 415n21
Anti-Dühring ( Engels), 408n32, 409n3, 413n9
Archard, David, 393n9
Arvon, Henri, 370-71n2
Ascheri, Carlo, 376n54, 394n10, 394n12
Austin, John, 78
Avineri, Shlomo, 227, 246
Barth, Karl, 371n5, 374n19
Bauer, Bruno; introduction to writings, 1-3, 17; Self-consciousness, 3, 110-114; differences between Hegel and, 116, 125-126, 141; interest of his texts, 12-16; state and civil society, 114-120; attack on Feuerbach, 114, 262-263, 265; critique of religion, 120-128, 129; differences between Feuerbach and, 121-123; on Judaism, 123-128, 386-387n29; taking standpoint of Self-consciousness, 128-134, 387- 388n39; Umsturz model, 129-130, 131, 132; Hegel's Geist and Self-consciousness, 129, 140; presuppositions and, 131-132, 280; assessment of, 134-142; Marx and, 145, 151, 154-155, 265-266, 285, 315- 316; fighting subjective illusion, 201; Marx's attack on Young Hegelians, 268- 278; political change and, 270, 271
Bauer, Edgar, 23, 387n39 Ireiser, Frederick, 370n22, 375n30, 375n44, 376n45, 378n6, 384n59
Berlin, Isaiah, 375n30, 384n64
Borges, Jorge Louis, 339, 414n16
Brenkert, George, 389n5, 392n26
Buchanan, Allen, 257-258, 404n46
Burckhardt, Jacob, 232
Calvez, Jean-Yves, 227, 246
Capital ( Marx), 163, 391n20, 391n23, 392n25, 410-411n10
capitalism; workers' ignorance of their true nature, 193-197; Marx's problem of justification, 197-201, 347-353; and labor, 200-201, 204, 208-209, 302; and political economy, 202, 393n4, 398n10; self- activity under, 307, 308, 314; condemnation of, 192, 347-359, 416n27
Carlyle, Thomas, 97
Carnap, Rudolph, 380-381n18
Cavell, Stanley, 43, 97, 373n10, 374n17, 374n18, 380n15
Cesa, Claudio, 381-382n31
"Charakteristik Ludwig Feuerbachs" ( Bauer), 132, 265

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