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Hi this is a request for help.
Does anyone have a copy of Heinz Lubasz's "The Aristotlean Dimension in
Marx" London Times Higher Education Supplement (April 1, 1977).
I can't find it in the library here.
Lubasz argues here that "Marx's debt to Aristotle...remained a decisive
one, so decisive, I think, that one cannot really understand Marx's work
without taking this Aristotlean dimension into account."
Moreover, Lubasz seems to focus on what Marx learned from Aristotle in
temrs of logic and scientific investigation, not so much ethics and
I had just reached this conclusion in the course of discussion a couple of
months ago, and am eager to read this piece.
If anyone happens to have this essay in a file somewhere, please contact
thank you, Rakesh
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