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The NIEP-Marx Collection

The NIEP-Marx Collection intends to publish the production of the researches associated to the group and/or classics of Marxism. It is edited in Brazil by Editora Consequência and is just available in Portuguese.

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TRABALHO, ESTRANHAMENTO E EMANCIPAÇÃO. Coleção NIEP-Marx, Volume I

LABOUR, ESTRANGEMENT AND EMANCIPATION. NIEP-Marx Collection, Volume I

Org.: Renake Bertholdo David Neves

 

SYNOPSIS

 

The texts collected in this volume deal with diverse questions and perspectives on the worlds of labour, departing from a common conception: the Maxist framework of interpretation of human societies. The division of societies in classes, estrangement (alienation), the revolutionary subject, the price of the food we eat and of the loans we take... All these themes and many others are dealt with in the articles, and are directed related to the question of labour, which indelibly shapes the history of human societies, in the past and today.

 


THE AUTHORS

 

João Leonardo Medeiros, Faculty of Economics, UFF, José Rodrigues, Faculty of Education, UFF, Marcelo Badaró Mattos, Faculty of History, UFF, Marcelo Dias Carcanholo, Faculty of Economics, UFF, Mario Duayer, Postgraduation in Social Service, UERJ, Paulo Henrique Furtado de Araújo, Faculty of Economics, UFF, Renake Bertholdo David Neves, Phd in Social History, UFF, Ronaldo Rosas Reis,  Faculty of Education, UFF.

 


 

ONTOLOGIA E ESTÉTICA. Coleção NIEP – Marx Volume II

ONTOLOGY AND AESTHETICS. NIEP-Marx Collection, Volume II

Org.: Flávio Ferreira Miranda e Rodrigo Delpupo Monfardini

 

SYNOPSIS

 

After the crisis of capitalist societies iniciated in 2008, the work of Marx has once again conquered a wide audience, being recognised as a powerful tool to the comprehension of  capital's expansive and destructive dynamics. These are good news. But Marx and Marxism ha much more to say about other dimensions of social life. For instance, it discusses the specificity of human being, a discussion that evokes the plan of ontology. The articles gathered in this second volume of Niep-Marx's collection deal with questions on aesthetics and ontology and the relation between them. It tries to show the readers some of the less debated, but more significant facets of the totalizing perspective to the understanding of the social  world presented by Marx.


 

THE AUTHORS

 

André Guimarães Augusto, Faculty of Economics, UFF, Flávio Ferreira de Miranda, ITR-UFRRJ, João Leonardo Medeiros, Faculty of Economics, UFF, Juarez Torres Duayer, Faculty of Architeture and Urbanism, UFF, Mario Duayer, Postgraduation in Social Service, UERJ, Maurício Vieira Martins, Faculty of Social Sciences, UFF, Miguel Vedda,  Facultad de Filosofía y Letras da Universidade de Buenos Aires.

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