Subject: [OPE-L:1724] Re: Re: Re: value-form theories and the Uno-school?
From: Paul Cockshott (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 23 1999 - 07:32:38 EST
At 12:12 23/11/99 +0000, you wrote:
>Regarding the 'dualistic' separation of mind and matter: It can be
>argued that Marx's German Ideology and other work avoids
>altogether the opposition between idealism and materialism. However,
>Marx's texts also support the opposing interpretation that Marx
>champions (the new) materialism over idealism and over old
>materialism. I take the latter argument. Engels certainly does also. As
>does Lenin. This is because I would argue that the key problem of
>philosphy is indeed that, on the face of it, an idea is like nothing other
>than another idea and so is nothing like its object. This is not an
>artificial dualism, but an apparent fact of life.
I suggest that you read some Landauer.
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