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Aliénation, idéologie et fétichisme

Abstract : Alienation, ideology and fetishism Marx acknowledges the importance of the symbolic dimension in human activities. It is a veil that must be lifted to enable scientific study. Critical theory is defined as the operation of deconstructing the world of appearances. It is shown that there is an evolution in the ideas and subjects that Marx investigates. Changes in his use of terminology are examined : firstly from the perspective of alienation, then via the concept of ideology, and finally with reference to commodity fetishism. "Capital" marks a break in the evolution of Marx's thought. Initially, Marx saw the logic
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Thierry Suchère. Aliénation, idéologie et fétichisme. Research in Political Economy, Jai Press Inc., 2001. ⟨halshs-02411280⟩

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