[OPE-L:8559] Philosophy and Revolution: From Kant to Marx

From: rakeshb@stanford.edu
Date: Fri Mar 07 2003 - 13:35:26 EST


Philosophy and Revolution: From Kant to Marx
by Stathis Kouvelakis, G. M. Goshgarian (Translator), Fredric 
Jameson (Preface) 

Product Details 

*	Paperback: 352 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.19 x 8.12 x 
*	Publisher: Verso Books; (March 2003) 
*	ISBN: 1859844715 
*	In-Print Editions: Hardcover 
*	Amazon.com Sales Rank: 1,267,547 

Editorial Reviews
Etienne Balibar
A novel starting point in understanding the genesis of historical 
materialism and the philosophy of the Young Hegelians. 
Book Description
Throughout the nineteenth century, German philosophy was 
haunted by the spectre of the French Revolution. Kant, Hegel, and 
their followers spent their lives wrestling with its heritage, trying to 
imagine a specifically German path to modernity—a 'revolution 
without revolution'. Trapped in a politically frozen society, German 
intellectuals were driven to brood over the nature of the 
revolutionary experience. 

In this ambitious and original study, Stathis Kouvelakis paints a 
rich panorama of...

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