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by P. Blackledge,G. Kirkpatrick

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Author: P. Blackledge,G. Kirkpatrick
ISBN: 0333995627
Language: English
Pages: 244 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2002 edition (January 3, 2003)
Rating: 4.7
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Historical Materialism and Social Evolution brings together a collection of essays which investigate the relationship between Marxist thought and Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection.

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DOI: 1. 057/9781403919977 1. In book: Historical Materialism and Social Evolution, p. -7. Cite this publication. The University of Manchester.

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It is historical because Marx has traced the evolution of human societies from one . Marx’s theory sought to explain all social phenomena in terms of their.

It is historical because Marx has traced the evolution of human societies from one stage to another. It is called Materialistic because Marx has interpreted the evolution of societies in terms of their material or economic bases. Materialism simply means that it is matter or material reality, which is the basis for any change. Marx’s theory sought to explain all social phenomena in terms of their place and function in the complex systems of society and nature. This was without recourse to what may be considered as metaphysical explanations clearly outlined in those early writings of Hegal and his followers.

Historical Materialism and Social Evolution brings together a collection of essays which investigate the relationship between Marxist thought and Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. Each of the contributors emphasize the idea that the distinctive character of progressive social thought is derived from creative ideas drawn from the study of natural evolutionary processes.