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Minerva | Marx and Morality

Morality is often considered to be ahistorical. In this episode we focus on Marx, who disagrees with this view of morality. David Marjoribanks' research focuses on the theories of ideology and the implications for morality in Marx and postmarxism. He argues that ethical norms are not transcendent, but are already there, embodied within our social practice. Critique, he thinks, is the holding to account of practice to its professed ideals.


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