Marx and the Revolution of the Sacred

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Marx and the Revolution of the Sacred explores Marx’s creative work, his poetry, plays, philosophical work, his political economic innovation – not to mention his tireless political activity – harboured a sense of the sacred which is akin not only to that of commitment in existentialism and liberation theology, but also to the a-theology of apophatic and radical post-structuralist thought concerning the sacred.

Marx and the Revolution of the Sacred

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