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Studies in Marxism and Social Theory

The series is jointly published by the Cambridge University Press and the Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme and the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press. The books in the series are intended to exemplify a new paradigm in the study of Marxist social theory. They will not be dogmatic or purely exegetical in approach. Rather, they will examine and develop the theory pioneered by Marx, in the light of the intervening history, and with the tools of non-Marxist social science and philosophy. It is hoped that Marxist thought will thereby be freed from the increasingly discredited methods and presuppositions which are still widely regarded as essential to it, and that what is true and important in Marxism will be more firmly established.

General Editors: G. A. Cohen; Jon Elster; John Roemer

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