Marx Illusion

Coman, Claudiu (2013) Marx Illusion. Österreichisch-Rumänischer Akademischer Verein, Vienna. ISBN 978-3-9503145-4-0

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    Abstract

    With “Marx Illusion”, Claudiu Coman recalls sociology - this science of analytic and methodological strictness - to its uncorrupted philosophical dignity. Not only the theorization - that is the seduction of quality essay, Claudiu Coman demonstrating here a single ability - but the philosophy itself: a science, if we want, but as a way of cognitive enclosure of the beings of the world, firstly of those who make the world possible, but of the transcendent world that transcends them making possible - as a 20th century scientist would say - the man’s connection to an existence that is not his own, but that identifies itself with the difference. Being in the world - M. Heidegger writes (in 1928, after the apparition of the work “The Being and Time”) - it is specific only to the man - and here within the Territory of Existence I have the impression that philosophy and sociology responded together. However, working together with philosophy, the sociology extends enveloping the “world less” beings, too. These things would already been in the world as “direct” things (“handy”) being caught by the man by referring to them in the world itself.

    Item Type: Book
    Subjects: 100 Philosophy > 140 Philosophical schools of thought
    300 Social sciences > 320 Political science
    Divisions: Europe
    Depositing User: Dr. Brindusa Covaci
    Date Deposited: 28 Nov 2013 19:17
    Last Modified: 28 Nov 2013 19:17
    URI: http://eprints.campuce.org/id/eprint/91

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