By Peter Hudis
Not like the conventional view that Marx's paintings is particular to a critique of capitalism – and that he consciously shunned any special perception of its substitute – this paintings indicates that Marx was once dedicated to a particular inspiration of a post-capitalist society which expert the total of his method of political economy.
“This is a well timed and demanding ebook. Exploring the complete variety of Marx’s texts, Peter Hudis makes a strong case for a coherent Marxian imaginative and prescient of a society past capitalism, alienated labour and the commodity shape. due to Hudis, readers attracted to anti-capitalist possible choices and Marx’s radical worldview ultimately have the paintings they’ve been having a look for.”
"A specific energy of Hudis's booklet is that it examines the total sweep of Marx's writings, instead of concentrate on one specific textual content or interval of Marx's existence. No stone is left unturned in trying to discover the implicit belief of an alternate. The scope of this enables him to incorporate a couple of texts that are usually missed during this dialogue, and provide a few novel interpretations of works often mentioned in numerous contexts."
—David Swain, Marx and Philosophy overview of Books