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Introduction

  • Julius Sensat

Abstract

In a letter to Arnold Ruge of September 1843, Marx says:

Reason has always existed, just not always in reasonable form. The critic can therefore start out from any form of theoretical and practical consciousness and develop from existing reality’s own forms the true reality as its ought and its ultimate purpose [Endzweck] [93, p. 143 (translation modified); 95, part 1, 2:487].

Keywords

Commodity Production Moral Evil Democratic Citizenship Religious Pluralism Reasonable Pluralism 
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© Julius Sensat 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  • Julius Sensat
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  1. 1.University of Wisconsin—MilwaukeeUSA

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