> > >Is Rakesh, then, a Bhandarian? If he is, then he exhausts the extension of that class. rb ps willing to rethink the question of Hegelian influences in Capital I, part I (but will have to delve into Hegel's Logic first). Rebecca Cooper's The Logical Influence of Hegel on Marx (University of Washington, 1925) makes some very interesting and important connections, though Cooper argues that Marx's argument can be presented free of Hegelian categories. I haven't noticed citations to Cooper's book; perhaps this is because Hegelian-Marxian research is far beyond where she left the argument.
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