» » Marxism, Revisionism, and Leninism: Explication, Assessment, and Commentary

Fb2 Marxism, Revisionism, and Leninism: Explication, Assessment, and Commentary ePub

by Richard F. Hamilton

Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Author: Richard F. Hamilton
ISBN: 0275968820
ISBN13: 978-0275968823
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (March 30, 2000)
Pages: 288
Fb2 eBook: 1530 kb
ePub eBook: 1965 kb
Digital formats: mobi txt mobi mbr

Hamilton provides an interdisciplinary explication and assessment of Marxism, of Marxist revisionism, and of Leninism, and delineates the major propositions of the three theories.

Hamilton provides an interdisciplinary explication and assessment of Marxism, of Marxist revisionism, and of Leninism, and delineates the major propositions of the three theories.

Home Browse Books Book details, Marxism, Revisionism, and .

Home Browse Books Book details, Marxism, Revisionism, and Leninism: Explication,. By Richard F. Hamilton. Hamilton provides an interdisciplinary explication and assessment of Marxism, of Marxist revisionism, and of Leninism, and delineates the major propositions of the three theories.

Hamilton provides an interdisciplinary explication and assessment of Marxism, of Marxist revisionism, and of Leninism, and delineates the major propositions of the three theories.

Richard F. Hamilton - 2003 - Sociological Theory 21 (3):281-297. Similar books and articles. The Struggle Against Revisionism and for the Productive Development of Marxism-Leninism. L. Hrzal - 1985 - Filosoficky Casopis 33 (2):282-293. Georgii Shakhnazarov and the Soviet Critique of Historical Materialism. Mark Sandle - 1997 - Studies in East European Thought 49 (2):109-133. Ai Ssu-ch'I: The Apostle of Chinese Communism. Ignatius J. H. Ts'ao - 1972 - Studies in East European Thought 12 (1):2-36. The Road to Emptiness (the Dynamics of Polish Marxism).

A distinguished political sociologist, Richard F. Hamilton is perhaps best known for Who Voted for Hitler? (1982). More recently his attention has shifted to the broader methodolog- ical issues raised by the empirical claims of sociological macrotheories. This critical study of three versions of Marx- ism-the original statement by Marx and Engels and two rival reformulations, by Eduard Bernstein at the end of the nineteenth century and by Lenin during World War I-is to be seen in the light of this concern. Export citation Request permission. HAMILTON, a specialist in political and historical sociology, is a Professor Emeritus at The Ohio . His previous book Marxism, Revisionism, and Leninism (Greenwood, 2000) is a companion to this volume. HAMILTON, a specialist in political and historical sociology, is a Professor Emeritus at The Ohio State University. His eight previous books have brought evidence to bear on a wide range of theories and hypotheses focused on the experience of the United States, Germany, France, and Britain. Библиографические данные.

by Richard F. To remedy this misunderstanding, the book begins with brief straightforward explications of liberalism, Marxism, and two variants of the latter, revisionism and Leninism. It then moves on to a more detailed examination of each theory, offering an assessment of the propositions from a variety of social science perspectives. Hamilton completes the work with his conclusions regarding the validity and adequacy of these theories.

Hamilton provides an interdisciplinary explication and assessment of Marxism, of Marxist revisionism, and of Leninism, and delineates the major propositions of th. .

Download PDF book format. Personal Name: Hamilton, Richard F. Publication, Distribution, et. Westport, Conn. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Library of Congress Control Number: 99055874.

In a very timely book, Richard Hamilton has attempted to revisit the empirical claims of Marxism, Revisionism (in particular, the evolutionary socialism of Eduard Bernstein), and Leninism. Hamilton, coming from a rather different problematic (one that sees Marx and his heirs behind every theoretical and conceptual corner), steps up to offer one take on this issue. In general, Hamilton attempts to verify and/or falsify what he sees as the empirical hypotheses of these three strains of the Marxist tradition. What makes the book signicant is his attempt to clearly articulate the empirical. Journal of Political Ecology.

Hamilton provides an interdisciplinary explication and assessment of Marxism, of Marxist revisionism, and of Leninism, and delineates the major propositions of the three theories. Because the propositions cover a wide range of subjects, including the growth of cities and large factories, the changing quality of work, declining real incomes, economic crises, working-class organizations, and revolutions, Hamilton assesses them from the viewpoints of urban and industrial sociology, economic and political history, and social movements. Hamilton concludes that little empirical support is found for the claims of Marxism and Leninism, while modest support is found for the revisionist claims. Where others texts fail to provide serious reviews of evidence or references to critical studies or to relevant appropriate sources, this book remedies those deficiencies in a brief, clear, and thoroughly documented format.

The 20th century has been dominated by a clash between capitalism and communism or, put differently, between the underlying theories, liberalism and Marxism. Although central to the recent history, these contending theories are poorly understood. To remedy this misunderstanding, the book begins with brief straightforward explications of liberalism, Marxism, and two variants of the latter, revisionism and Leninism. It then moves on to a more detailed examination of each theory, offering an assessment of the propositions from a variety of social science perspectives. Hamilton completes the work with his conclusions regarding the validity and adequacy of these theories.

Related to Marxism, Revisionism, and Leninism: Explication, Assessment, and Commentary
Marxism and the Leap to the Kingdom of Freedom: The Rise and Fall of the Communist Utopia eBook
Fb2 Marxism and the Leap to the Kingdom of Freedom: The Rise and Fall of the Communist Utopia ePub
The Place of Marxism in History (Revolutionary Studies Series) eBook
Fb2 The Place of Marxism in History (Revolutionary Studies Series) ePub
A Look at Leninism eBook
Fb2 A Look at Leninism ePub
Revolution and Evolution in the Twentieth Century eBook
Fb2 Revolution and Evolution in the Twentieth Century ePub
Marxism, Pluralism, and Beyond: Classic Debates and New Departures eBook
Fb2 Marxism, Pluralism, and Beyond: Classic Debates and New Departures ePub
Soviet Theory of International Relations: Marxism, Leninism and Soviet Foreign Policy eBook
Fb2 Soviet Theory of International Relations: Marxism, Leninism and Soviet Foreign Policy ePub
Return to the NEP: The False Promise of Leninism and the Failure of Perestroika eBook
Fb2 Return to the NEP: The False Promise of Leninism and the Failure of Perestroika ePub
Perchlorate: A Scientific, Legal, And Economic Assessment eBook
Fb2 Perchlorate:  A Scientific, Legal, And Economic Assessment ePub
Marxism: Essential Writings eBook
Fb2 Marxism: Essential Writings ePub