[Marxism] LRB review of Sperber bio of Karl Marx
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Fri May 17 08:45:27 MDT 2013
Terrell Carver and Harry Cleaver, amongst others, have outlined pretty
good reasons why not...
I'm not trying to provoke an argument but I do disagree. I think there
are good reasons Marx wouldn't directly contradict Engels for one, and
I think its as much about their separate intellectual interests
(rather than fundamental disagreements) shining through their
On 17 May 2013 15:32, Einde O'Callaghan <eindeoc at freenet.de> wrote:
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> On 17.05.2013 16:18, james pitman wrote:
>> Marx's encouragement isn't synonymous with intellectual agreement is
>> it Einde? And Engels omitted Marx's contribution from the 1st edition.
> My main point was that the reviewer's chronology was incorrect.
> At the time Engels wrote Anti-Dühring he and Marx were living relatively
> near each other and were in almost daily contact. While I wouldn't expect
> Marx to agree with every jot and tittle of what Engels wrote I feel we would
> have some record somewhere if Marx had any fundamental disagreements with
> Engels. To my knowledge no such disagreement has ever been documented.
> Einde O'Callaghan
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