Diagnosing Consciousness

In the body of Marxist thought, there are probably few concepts that have come in for more criticism than the so-called “correspondence theory” of consciousness, which Marx articulated most explicitly in his 1845 essay The German Ideology. In this famous attack on the idealism that dominated German philosophy in the early part of the nineteenth century, Marx […]

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