By Sidney Hook
During this remarkable paintings, first released in 1936, Sydney Hook seeks to unravel one of many vintage difficulties of ecu highbrow historical past: how the political radicalism and philosophical materialism of Karl Marx issued from the paranormal and conservative highbrow approach of G.W.F. Hegel. This version encompasses a ahead by way of Christopher Phelps discussing Hook's occupation and the importance of From Hegel to Marx within the background of rules.
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Extra resources for From Hegel to Marx: Studies in the Intellectual Development of Karl Marx (A Morningside Book)
Peter Kropotkin1 During his time at the University, Kropotkin’s ideas on evolution and cooperation—indeed, on science in general—were, to some extent, placed on the intellectual back burner. He needed time to digest all the wonders of mutual aid that he had been privy to in Siberia. And he was beginning to believe that most of the people that were doing science in Russia at the time were “philistine”2 autocrats who were more concerned with preserving the government than advancing knowledge. Above all, Peter’s passion for science was temporarily eclipsed by politics.
47 In its place, toward the end of his five years at the University of St. Petersburg, Peter was sent by the Russian Geographical Society on a tour of Sweden and Finland to explore their glacial deposits. He collected a mass of data which he envisioned filling the pages of a book on the region’s physical geography. This was to be more than a book on the geography of Finland and Sweden, it was to be a general and practical guide on how geography could improve the life of Russian peasants. But the more he contemplated this type of book, the less enamored he became with the idea.
29 The 1850s were a good time for a young Russian man to turn to science. Though a political and military disaster,30 the Crimean War catapulted science to the forefront of military and government agendas. And, coincidentally, Russians in the mid 19 th century were also awaking to the inherent power of the scientific method. 32 In June 1861, despite his occasional act of anti-authoritarianism, Peter‘s academic achievements earned him the position of Sergeant of the Pages. The highest honor that could be bestowed on a page, the Sergeant was the page de chambre of the Czar.