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A Contemporary Critique of Historical Materialism (2nd Edition)

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What, if anything, is valid in Marx's work today, following the events of 1989 and after in Eastern Europe? The second edition of this highly regarded critical encounter with historical materialism and other major...

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What, if anything, is valid in Marx's work today, following the events of 1989 and after in Eastern Europe? The second edition of this highly regarded critical encounter with historical materialism and other major perspectives in social thought, shows how a critical theory of the advanced societies can still draw on marxism - if only sparingly - and remains an endeavour of fundamental importance in the social sciences at the present time.

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Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction
The Time-Space
Constitution of Social Systems
Domination, Power and Exploitation: An Analysis Society as Time-Traveller: Capitalism and World History
Time Space Distanciation and the Generation of Power Property and Class Society
Time, Labour and the City Capitalism: Integration, Surveillance and Class Power
The Nation-State, Nationalism and Capitalist
Development The State: Class Conflict and Political Order Between Capitalism and Socialism: Contradiction and Exploitation
Notes and References
Index.

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ANTHONY GIDDENS is Professor of Sociology at King's College, Cambridge. He is the author of numerous bookson social theory

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ANTHONY GIDDENS is Professor of Sociology at King's College, Cambridge. He is the author of numerous bookson social theory

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