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2015 (37) Issue 1-2

The Normative Turn from Marxism

 


Table of Contents | From the Editors | Abstracts

I. Marx and Ethics: Coherent Company?


Martin Jay
Marx and Mendacity: Can There Be a Politics without Hypocrisy?
5-21

Abstract

 


Brian Leiter
Why Marxism Still Does Not Need Normative Theory
23-50

Abstract

 


Raymond Geuss
The Moral Legacy of Marxism
51-70

Abstract

 

II. G. A. Cohen's Development


Fabien Tarrit
G. A. Cohen and Marxism
71-95

Abstract

 


John E. Roemer
Thoughts on G. A. Cohenís Final Testament
97-112

Abstract

 


Jason Brennan
Equality, Community, and Diversity in Cohenís Socialist Ideal
113-130

Abstract

 


Julian Culp
G. A. Cohen, Constructivism, and the Fact of Reasonable Pluralism
131-147

Abstract

 

III. Marx and Liberalism


Jeffrey Reiman
The Theory of Marxian Liberalism
149-169

Abstract

 


John Christman
Freedom in Times of Struggle: Positive Liberty, Again
171-188

Abstract

 


James P. Sterba
Libertarianism on the Brink
189-201

Abstract

 


Jan Narveson
Sterba on Liberty and Welfarism
203-221

Abstract

 


James P. Sterba
A Response to Jan Narveson: Why Libertarians Are and Are Not Like Turnips
223-232

Abstract

 

IV. Repercussions


Karl Widerquist / Grant McCall
Myths about the State of Nature and the Reality of Stateless Societies
233-257

Abstract

 


Christopher Craig Brittain
Horkheimer, Religion, and the Normative Grounds of Critical Theology
259-280

Abstract

 


Michael W. Howard
Exploitation, Labor, and Basic Income
281-303

Abstract

 


Gijs van Donselaar
In Company of the Funny Sunny Surfer off Malibu: A Response to Michael Howard (and Some Others)
305-317

Abstract

 

 

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