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FEATURE REVIEW: Revisiting Marxism in the Philippines: Selected Essays
Jaime B. Veneracion,Temario C. Rivera,Mila D. Aguilar,Eduardo C. Tadem
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 2010,
Abstract: Reviews of Abinales, Patricio N. ed. 2010. Revisiting Marxism in the Philippines: Selected Essays. Manila: Anvil Publishing, Inc. 212 pp.
Marxist and non-Marxist aspects of the cultural-historical psychology of L.S. Vygotsky
Nikolai Veresov
Outlines : Critical Practice Studies , 2005,
Abstract: It was not only Marxism which influenced Vygotsky. He was a child of the Silver Age of Russian culture and philosophy and the influence of this should not be underestimated. Some traits in Vygotsky’s theory, traditionally considered as Marxist – such as the concept of the social origins of mind or sign as psychological tool have deeper and wider roots in works of Shpet, Blonsky, Sorokin and Meierhold. As for Marxism as such, it must be mentioned that during all three periods of his creative evolution Vygotsky had different approaches to what was true Marxist psychology and how it should be built. These are items this paper is focused on.
Remaking Marxist Anthropology
Gerald M Sider
New Proposals : Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry , 2007,
Abstract: This comment is a call for a renewed marxist anthropology.
A dialética como discurso do método
Musse, Ricardo;
Tempo Social , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-20702005000100016
Abstract: a line of the marxist tradition adopts as an affiliation criterion to it the fidelity to the methodology of marx. he, however, never wrote anything similar to a treaty on the method. the question of the method became thus a point of disagreement. here are examined, through confrontation, the methodological expositions of friedrich engels and georg lukács, adopting as a line their conceptions on nature and history, theory and practice, as well as their evaluations about the relationship between marx and hegel.
The Scientificalization and Vulgarization of Marxism in the 20th Century: A Critical Analysis on K. Popper’s Critique of Marxism  [PDF]
Fan Chang
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2013.34069
Abstract: Marxism was indeed vulgarized due to scientism in the 20th century, which even limits the development of Chinese social theories nowadays. This paper put forward the idea that it was serious misunderstanding to interpret Marx as prophet or inventor like empiricists who regard finding out eternal laws as the goal of science. In fact, Marx did not propose any so-called “natural laws of historical development”. He articulated that the only thing worth to do was to take note of what happened before his eyes and to become its mouthpiece. Thus, to understand science in the face of social practice, to analyze everything historically and never to thrust “eternal” laws in any era should be taken as the core of Marx’s new science, which is very important to China today.
Manuel Castells and Historical Materialism  [PDF]
Mark Cowling
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2014.41001

Considering the very large volume of work produced by Castells, the relative scarcity of secondary literature discussing his theories is somewhat surprising. Castells does not really try to situate his theories about the network society in relation to Marxism. The argument of this paper is that Castells provides a plausible account of some major features of the means of production in the contemporary phase of capitalism, and also of the effects of this on society more generally. His theories could form the basis of an academically respectable version of historical materialism. Some problems with his theories are discussed.

The Influence of Nationalists to the Early Phase of Sinicization of Marxism  [PDF]
Zhiwu Zhou
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2017.63016
Abstract: The process of spreading, developing and realizing Marxism in China is the process of combing the basic principles of Marxism with China’s actual conditions. During the early phase of localizing Marxism in China, nationalists translated and explained Marxist classic works, and then spread, analyzed and applied Marxism, making great contribution to the communication of it. Their researches and promotion of Marxism, along with the influence to intelligentsia of the time, had an impact on the sinicization of Marxism objectively.
Research on the Generation Mechanism and Countermeasures of Marxism Belief of Chinese College Students in the New Era  [PDF]
Yanjuan Qi
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2018.85036
Abstract: The belief of college students is of great practical significance to the development of the country, the prosperity of the nation, the progress of society and the existence of the individual. On the basis of clarifying belief and Marxism belief, this paper emphatically analyzes the generation mechanism of belief from three aspects, namely, the needs of the subjects, the choice of the subjects and the practice of the subjects, and puts forward the countermeasures for the four dimensions on how to carry out the Marxism belief education in colleges and universities.
Revista de Economía Institucional , 2007,
Abstract: the aim of the article is to analyze two perspectives of contemporary marxism and to understand which values are defended when distributive polices are involved. in rational choice marxism, freedom needs equality, and depends on justice assumptions; instead, in classical marxism, liberty needs inequality for the development of productive forces. it concludes that, in capitalism, the notions of liberty and equality affect the institutional mechanisms when distributive policies are considered.
A educa??o na perspectiva marxista: uma abordagem baseada em Marx e Gramsci
Ferreira Jr., Amarilio;Bittar, Marisa;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832008000300014
Abstract: the objective of this article is to discuss the humanistic principles of education inherent to marx's and gramsci's writing. according to both authors, the real conditions of existence organized by men for their subsistence provide the premises on which humanistic education is based. indeed, men engage in certain kinds of social relations of production that play a double transformative role of humanizing nature and men themselves at the same time. in a society founded on the principle of private propriety of the means of production, this process of humanization is interrupted by man's alienation with respect to the objects he himself produces. in sum the complete man (omnilateral), educated in the arts of doing (non-alienated labor) and speaking (emancipation policy), will only emerge historically in socialist society, marked by the absence of private propriety of the means of production. however, the premises for his emergence have already been laid down within the sphere of capitalist society.
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