Marx and Freedom

Marx and Freedom

Book - 1997
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Terry Eagleton explains that freedom, for Marx, entailed release from commerciallabour, "a kind of creative superabundance over what is materially essential". Eagleton outlines the relationship between production, labour and ownership which lie at the core of Marx's thinking. Marx's utopia was a place in which labour is increasingly automated, emancipating the wealth of sensuous individualdevelopment so that "savouring a peach [is an aspect] of our self-actualisation as much as building dams".
Publisher: London : Phoenix, 1997
ISBN: 9780753801871
Characteristics: 57 p. ; 18 cm
Alternative Title: Marx


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