This book is a radically revised intellectual portrait of Hegel and Marx that challenges standard interpretations of their political theory, revealing the revolutionary content of Hegel's social theory and the Hegelian themes that underlie Marx's analysis of the English state in Capital.
Table of Contents
1. lntrodudion 2. "Not Reform but Revolution" 3. A Hegelian Marx 4. "Personality" 5. "The Father's Arbitrary Will Within the Family" 6. Hegel's Theory of Property, Part I: Possession and Use 7. Hegel's Theory of Property, Part II: Class Consciousness 8. Dialectical Inversion of the "Free Contract" 9. Marx and the Factory Ads 10. The Rational State