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    Rodney G. Peffer, Marxism, Morality, and Social Justice

    Johnathan R. Razorback
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    Rodney G. Peffer, Marxism, Morality, and Social Justice Empty Rodney G. Peffer, Marxism, Morality, and Social Justice

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback Mer 27 Avr - 12:54

    https://philpeople.org/profiles/rodney-g-peffer

    https://fr.book4you.org/book/2656315/4f586f

    "To answer the charge made by Marxists and non-Marxists alike that Marxism and morality are somehow incompatible." (p.3)

    "[Marx] does have a normative moral perspective, in which there is a fundamental continuity, at least from the formation of his original systematic views in 1844 through his later works. This moral perspective is based on three primary moral values: freedom (as self-determination), human community, and self-realization, as well as on some sort of principle demanding an egalitarian distribution of these goods—or at least the good of freedom." (p.5)

    "He takes the nonconsequentialist notion of human dignity rather than pleasure, happiness, or human perfection as the ultimate court of appeal in moral reasoning." (p.5)

    "Although Marx did not explicitly defend these views as such, he believed that everyone should be as free and self-determining as possible." (pp.5-6)
    -Rodney G. Peffer, Marxism, Morality, and Social Justice, Princeton University Press, 1990, 526 pages.



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