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Marxist historiography in transformation
|Statement||edited by Georg Iggers ; translated by Bruce Little.|
|Contributions||Iggers, Georg G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||263|
Marx's communist society is in the anomalous position of being, at one and the same time, the most famous of utopias and among the least known. And, while no one disputes the importance of Marx's vision of communism to Marxism, the vision itself remains clouded and unclear. Marxist historiography is a current of historical interpretation based on 'dialectical materialism'; a study of history based 1) on the study of the material world and 2) through dialectical relationships between contradictory forces within a given context.
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Off the top of my head, I recall that John Tosh's The Pursuit of History has a decent section on Marxist historiography. For a work that I've been reading that embraces that set of parentheses (although the author is happy enough to note its faults), Haldon's Byzantium in the Seventh Century is a good look at how modern Marxist history works. South African society is riddled with contradictions. Everywhere one looks today the organic crisis of capitalism is having a devastating impact on the lives of millions of working people. On the one hand, nearly 8 million people of working age are unemployed in the country. On the other hand, the gap between rich and poor is wider than its was under Apartheid.
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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Marxist Historiography in Transformation: East German Social History in the 's at Read /5. He also covers the work of the Historical Social Science school in Germany (Hans Wehler, Eckert Kehr, and Jurgen Kocka among others) as well as Marxist historiography from that period (people like Maurice Godelier in France, E.P.
Thompsom and Christopher Hill in England). This second part of the book was the most informative for me/5. Marxist Historiographies is the first book to examine the ebb and flow of Marxist historiography from a global and cross-cultural perspective. Since the eighteenth century, few schools of historical thought have exerted a more lasting impact than Marxism, and this impact extends far beyond the Western world within which it is most commonly : Q.
Edward Wang, Georg G. Iggers. Book Description. Marxist Historiographies is the first book to examine the ebb and flow of Marxist historiography from a global and cross-cultural perspective. Since the eighteenth century, few schools of historical thought have exerted a more lasting impact than Marxism, and this impact extends far beyond the Western world within which it is most commonly analysed.
The Historiography of Marxist Thought The study of Karl Marx and his philosophies has fascinated political, social and economic historians for most of the past century.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of scholars have dedicated their professional life to understanding Marx and Marxism.
MARXIST HISTORIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER – IV. MARXIST HISTORIOGRAPHY. Another important trend of historiography is the Marxist philosophy of understanding history. This new development began to emerge in the second decade of 20thcentury due.
Marxism has slowly declined in recent literature on the economic and social history of the ancient world. If one happens to run into the name of Marx or the term Marxism, it is generally within the context of polemical remark. In spite of recurrent attempts to resuscitate it as an ideal foil for anti-Communist polemic, Marxism made its final exit from the field of ancient historical studies in.
Once liberated from both teleology and Eurocentric views – its secret tendencies from the time of its transformation into a “science” – Marxist historiography could reinvent itself and redefine its goal, which does not consist in the “application” of a preformed theory but, according to E.
Thompson, in “recovering, explaining Cited by: 1. "T he philosophers so far have only interpreted the world: the point is to change it." Marxist history has developed along parallel lines, corresponding to the two halves of Marx.
Historiography - Historiography - Marxist historiography: These historians, who were generally Progressives in politics, emphasized the importance of class conflict and the power of economic interests in their studies, revealing the influence of Karl Marx (–83).
is a platform for academics to share research papers. In this Book. Transforming History examines the profound transformation of historical thought and practice of writing history from the late Qing through the mid-twentieth century.
The authors devote extensive analysis to the common set of intellectual and political forces that shaped the study of history, from the ideas of evolution, positivism, nationalism, historicism, and Marxism, to political processes Cited by: 1. The Marxist school of historiography was significant in the second half of the 20 th century.
They believe in universal laws and stages of history. Stages of History. The Marxist, further, believe that all the societies pass through at least five stages of history.
These stages were defined by Karl Marx and F. Engels as − Primitive Communism. Marxist text-books often suggest that the 'mode of production', but especially the 'forces of production', represent the 'material' base, whereas ideas form a separate superstructure seated upon it.
Marxism, a body of doctrine developed by Karl Marx and, to a lesser extent, by Friedrich Engels in the midth century. It originally consisted of three related ideas: a philosophical anthropology, a theory of history, and an economic and political is also Marxism as it has been understood and practiced by the various socialist movements, particularly before Karl Marx () was a German philosopher and economist who became a social revolutionary as co-author of "The Communist Manifesto.".
This chapter discusses Marxist historiography in the present times. In the interpretation of the world nowadays, there has been a rise in the so-called anti-Rankean reaction in history, of which Marxism is an important but not always fully acknowledged element.
This movement challenged the positivist belief that the objective structure of reality was self-explanatory, and that all that was. Marxist historiography, that is, the writing of Marxist history in line with the given historiographical principles, is often seen as a tool.
Its aim is to bring those oppressed by history to self-consciousness, and to arm them with tactics and strategies from history: it is both a historical and a liberatory project. Marx's theory of history is often regarded as the most enduring and fruitful aspect of his intellectual legacy.
His "historical materialism" has been the inspiration for some of the best historical writing in the works of scholars such as Eric Hobsbawm, on, Rodney Hilton and Robert Brenner. S.H.
Rigby establishes Marx's claims about social structure and historical change, discusses Reviews: 1. Marxist historiography in transformation.
New York: Berg: Distributed exclusively in the U.S. and Canada by St. Martin's Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book. Marxist history is based strictly on a scientific view of the world, incorporating the science of evolution and the dialectic path of thesis, antithesis, and synthesis.
Marxist evolution shapes its view of history based on the belief that humanity, as well as other living things, is. From the s onwards, however, there was a decline in neo-Marxist approaches to historiography in the Western world, with “many fewer historians now describing themselves as Marxist” and “few attempts to develop Marxist historiography further”.
There were .Karl Marx on the transition from feudalism to capitalism Studies of Marx's theory of history are complicated by the fact that Marx himself never provided a systematic treatment of its central prin- ciples.
As a result, the task of elaborating historical materialism has transformation. This section shows that Marx's text provides an explana.