Studies in Marxism

By Mark Cowling on 6 February 2015

Studies in Marxism is an annual volume.  Articles on any aspect of Marxism are welcome.  Articles are subject to review.

Studies in Marxism 14 (published right at the end of 2013)  contains several really excellent articles as follows:

Contents

 

‘In all essentials wrong’?: Miliband’s critique of pluralism revisited

Paul Wetherly…………………………………………………………….……. 1

 

Politics and Ethics: Marx, Lenin, and Anarchism

Paul Blackledge………………………………………………………….…… 21

 

Alienation - The Most Depressing of Literary Themes?

Alastair McLeish…………………………………………………………..….. 39

 

The Asiatic Mode of Production

Subhendu Bhattacharyya………………………………………………….….. 54

 

Producing for Ourselves or for Others: Labour and the Actualization of Human Nature

Chen Hao……………………………………………………………….…….. 66

 

Marx’s Idea of the Good Life

LU Kejian………………………………………………………………….…. 72

 

Why Does China Propose the Concept of ‘Socialist Core Values’?

WU Xiangdong……………………………………………………………..… 75

 

The Maoism of Tel Quel around May 1968

XU Kefei……………………………………………..………………….......... 82

 

Historical Materialism and Its Innovation of the ‘Chinese Experience’

ZHANG Shu-guang………………………………..……………………......... 91

 

 

Reviews:

 To obtain this excellent volume  please send a cheque  for £6  (individuals ) ;  £4 (students)  or £12 (institutions) made payable to :  PSA MSG to:

Dr Paul Wetherly

Reader in Politics

 

Politics & Applied Global Ethics group

School of Social, Psychological & Communication Sciences

Faculty of Health & Social Sciences

Leeds Beckett University

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0113  8123314

p.wetherly@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

 Studies in Marxism  Volume 15: Articles on any aspect of  Marxism  for inclusion in  Volume 15 should be sent to Paul Wetherly at the email address above  and Mark Cowling :  CMCowlingUK@Gmail.com .  The last date for submission is  September 15, 2015, and we anticipate publication  at the end of 2015 .   articles are refereed .