Dialectics and Class in Marxian Economics: David Harvey and Beyond
The clash of different Marxian theories infusing David Harvey’s work reflects a key transitional moment in the development of the Marxian tradition. He draws deeply from the rich accumulated literature of that tradition’s 150 years. At the same time, the new directions within Marxism that erupted in the 1960s and 1970s profoundly influenced Harvey. Transition within Marxism, itself the product of social changes, shaped certain transitional qualities of Harvey’s work.
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