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by Lucio Colletti

Author: Lucio Colletti
Subcategory: Philosophy
Language: English
Publisher: Verso (January 1, 1973)
Pages: 292 pages
Category: Politics
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Lucio Colletti (December 8, 1924, Rome – November 3, 2001, Venturina Terme, Campiglia Marittima, Province of Livorno) was an Italian Western Marxist philosopher.

Lucio Colletti (December 8, 1924, Rome – November 3, 2001, Venturina Terme, Campiglia Marittima, Province of Livorno) was an Italian Western Marxist philosopher.

Marxism and Hegel is in many ways the most important single work of Marx interpretation written since Lukács’s History and Class . Very few writers sympathetic to Marxism have been so rigorously anti-Hegelian as Colletti. Althusser of course was the more famous Marxist anti-Hegelian.

Marxism and Hegel is in many ways the most important single work of Marx interpretation written since Lukács’s History and Class Consciousness. It makes a reappraisal of dialectical materialism imperative. Colletti skilfully argues that Marx, implicitly using Kant, transformed Hegel on two crucial points: Hegel’s ‘dialectic of matter,’ which sanctified idealism by negating matter, and Hegel’s identification of development in reality with logical development, which nullified man’s natural being.

Translation of part 2 of Il Marxismo e Hegel. book contains pen markings obscured text.

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 1770-1831, Dialectical materialism - History, Dialectisch materialisme, Dialectical materialism, German philosophy Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Theories of Marxist philosophy. Translation of part 2 of Il Marxismo e Hegel. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).

Marxism and Hegel book. Books by Lucio Colletti. Mor. rivia About Marxism and Hegel.

The interpretation of Hegel has been a focal point of philosophical controversy ever since the beginning of the twentieth century, both among Marxists and in the major European philosophical schools.

Translated from the Italian by Lawrence Garner

Translated from the Italian by Lawrence Garner. This agrees better with both the Italian rendering of Verstand as 'intelletto', and with Colletti's general polemical position, which tends towards a revaluation of Verstand as against Vernunft, or 'Reason'.

NLB. Marxism and Hegel. Translated from the Italian by Lawrence Garner. Verstand) Hegel means that stage of the development of mind at which it regards opposites as mutuaIly exclusive and absolutely cut off from each other. The Aristotelian laws of identity, contradiction, and excluded middle are the canons of its procedure.

After his split with PCI, he became a staunch left critic of its political and cultural orthodoxy

After his split with PCI, he became a staunch left critic of its political and cultural orthodoxy. In his final years, he shifted to the right, joining the camp of Silvio Berlusconi and serving as parliamentary deputy as part of Forza Italia.

Colletti, Lucio,Marxism and Hegel . Hyppolite, . Studies in Marx and Hegel Harper and Row, . Marcuse, . Reason and Revolution Beacon Press, Boston, 1960.

Humanities Press, Inc. (1973). Dialectical Social Theory and its Critics, From Hegel to Analytical Marxism and Postmodernism. This article has no associated abstract. Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Dialectical materialism. G. W. F. Hegel in 19th Century Philosophy. categorize this paper). Tony Smith - 1993 - Science and Society 59 (1):109-112. The Owl at Dawn: A Sequel to Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit.

The interpretation of Hegel has been a focal point of philosophical controversy ever since the beginning of the twentieth century, both among Marxists and in the major European philosophical schools. Yet despite wide differences of emphasis most interpretations of Hegel share important similarities. They link his idea of Reason to the revolutionary and rationalist tradition which led to the French Revolution, and they interpret his dialectic as implying a latently atheist and even materialist world outlook.Lucio Colletti directly challenges this picture of Hegel. He argues that Hegel was an essentially Christian philosopher, and that his dialectic was explicitly anti-materialist in both intention and effect. In contrast to earlier views, Colletti maintains that there is no contradiction between Hegel’s method and his system, once it is accepted that his thought is an exercise in Absolute Idealism stemming from a long Christian humanist tradition. He claims, on the contrary, that intellectual inconsistency is rather to be found in the works of Engels, Lenin, Lukás, Kojève and others, who have attempted to adapt Hegel to their own philosophical priorities.Colletti places his argument in the context of a broad re-examination of the whole relationship between Marxism and the Enlightenment, giving novel emphasis to the relationship between Marxism and Kant. He concludes by re-asserting the importance in Marxism of empirical science against the claim of “infinite reason,” while at the same time showing how Marx did transform key ideas in Hegelian thought to construct a consistently materialist dialectic.