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The Young Hegelians and Karl Marx
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The 1980 Macmillan Press edition
Author David McLellan
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Philosophy
Published 1969 (The Macmillan Press)
Media type Print
Pages 170
ISBN 978-0333087886

The Young Hegelians and Karl Marx is a 1969 book by political scientist David McLellan.

Summary[edit]

McLellan examines the transformations of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's thought by the Young Hegelians,[1] and the influence of their social and political views on Karl Marx.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Singer, Peter (2001). Hegel: A Very Short Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press. p. 125. ISBN 0-19-280197-X. 
  2. ^ McLellan, David (1995). Karl Marx: A Biography. London: Papermac. p. 444. ISBN 0-333-63947-2. 

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