Ethical Marxism : the categorical imperative of liberation /
"Argues for a revised Marxism that takes ethics rather than political economy and scientific investigation as its core"--Provided by publisher.
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- Introduction: "Ethical" : not simply one adjective among others
- Part 1: Marxism and the language of good and evil, or, Theodicy and the iron law of wages
- Part II: Unforgivable napalm : imperialism is the ethical question of our time
- Part III: Sites, ramifications : animals, places, Mao
- The "animal question. Vegetarianism and the limits of philosophy ; Carnivorism is a system
- Agriculture and the question of place (an appreciation of Wendell Berry and Wes Jackson in the context of Marxism)
- Maoism and beyond : the next synthesis
- Conclusion: Ongoingness : the ethics of liberation and the liberation of the ethical.