Hegel, Marx, and the English state [electronic resource] / David MacGregor.

MacGregor, David, 1943-
Toronto [Ont.] : University of Toronto Press, c1996.
Canadian electronic library. Books collection.
1 online resource (356 p.)
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 1770-1831 -- Contributions in political science.
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883 -- Contributions in political science.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Electronic books.
""Contents""; ""1 Introduction""; ""1. Hirschman's Riddle""; ""2. Influences""; ""3. Problems of British History""; ""4. The Approach to Hegel and Marx""; ""5. Structure of the Argument""; ""6. Acknowledgments""; ""2 ""Not Reform but Revolution""""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. The Prussian Background""; ""3. England on the Eve of the Reform Bill""; ""4. English Civil Society and the Owl of Minerva""; ""5. The English Class System""; ""6. The External State""; ""7. The Second Roman Rule in Britain""; ""8. ""Badges, Roasts, Beer, and a Few Guineas""""; ""9. Results of the 1832 Reform Act""
""10. Reform or Revolution?""""11. Aftermath""; ""12. Hegel's Assessment of Reform""; ""3 A Hegelian Marx""; ""1. The Mystery of Capital""; ""2. ""A Remarkable Foreshadowing of Capital""""; ""3. ""Converting Social Reason into Social Force""""; ""4. Ferdinand Lassalle""; ""5. ""Too Ignorant to Understand the True Interest of His Child""""; ""6. Heroes and Villains in Capital""; ""4 ""Personality""""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. ""Insanity of Personality""""; ""3. ""A Duty to Protect the Children""""; ""4. ""Alienation of Personality""""; ""5. ""Means"" Versus ""Ends""""
""6. The Labor Theory of Value""""7. ""The Infinite Self-Relation""""; ""5 ""The Father's Arbitrary Will Within the Family""""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. The Puzzle of Theodor Gottlieb von Hippel""; ""3. ""Eve and Reason Ought to Be Regarded as Synonymous""""; ""4. Woman and the Family in the Phenomenology of Mind""; ""5. ""Ethico-Legal Love""""; ""6. ""Love . . . the Most Tremendous Contradiction""""; ""7. ""A Contract to Transcend the Standpoint of Contract""""; ""8. A ""Collision"" of Rights""; ""9. ""Personal Right of a Real Kind""""
""10. ""That System Even Gave a Father Power to Sell His Son""""""11. ""The Dissolution of the Family""""; ""6 Hegel's Theory of Property, Part I: Possession and Use""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. Thomas Hodgskin""; ""3. Three Moments of Property""; ""4. ""Taking Possession""""; ""5. Harriet Martineau and Frances Trollope""; ""6. ""The Process of Recognition""""; ""7 Hegel's Theory of Property, Part II: Class Consciousness""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. ""The Business Class""""; ""3. ""The Use of the Thing""""; ""4. ""An Overlord to Nothing""""
""5. ""Two Owners Standing in Relation to Each Other""""""6. ""Universal Self-Consciousness""""; ""7. ""Alienation"" and ""Contract""""; ""8. ""Persons and Property Owners""""; ""9. A ""Necessary Standpoint"", but ""Not the Highest Standpoint""""; ""8 Dialectical Inversion of the ""Free Contract""""; ""1. Transformation of the Wage Contract in Capital""; ""2. Formal and Real Subsumption of Labor Under Capital""; ""3. Absolute and Relative Surplus Value""; ""4. Bildung, Corporations, and the World Market""; ""9 Marx and the Factory Acts""; ""1. The First Interventionist State""
""2. Early Factory Legislation""
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [300]-328) and index.
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