Weberian marxism

Ivonaldo Neres Leite ivonaldo.leite at netc.pt
Sat Jun 23 12:27:15 MDT 2001


The expression weberian marxism was created by Merleau-Ponty. It's an
expression utilized to refer to marxist tendency inheritor of Max
Weber. It seems a paradox, can Marx and Weber be together? Is it
possible? If we consider Luckács' theses, this connection is possible
sometimes, because he uses the Weber's rationalization theory. Dispite
of this, the expression weberian marxism almost is not
utilized. Obvious, the Weber's background is not marxist, but it is
not also that what Talcot Parsons affirms be. So is needful to
research the relationship between the marxism and Weber.

Ivonaldo Leite
     




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