FILO-2120B Marx

The course provides an approach to the philosophical and social dimension of Marx´s thought, based on some of his most relevant works, thus approaching to main notions, such as citizenship, emancipation, freedom, society criticism, alienation, nature, individual and society, ideology, history, materialism, idealism, work, value, goods, fetishism and its influence on contemporaneous reflection. Likewise, the course seeks to study contemporaneous readings of the Marxist economic, political, social and philosophical legacy, and how to establish relations and differences with other modern thought traditions, such as liberalism, communitarism, hermeneutics, Frankfurt School, neoliberalism, among others.




De Zubiria Samper Sergio