Marx, production, society and archaeology

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    Social life is produced. Social life takes place before the fact of thinking about it. Drawing upon elements coming from utopian Socialism. British economy and, especially, Hegel's philosophy, Marx proposed a set of dialectic categories addressed to thinking and to explaining how social life is produced, including in these dynamics the production of ourselves. In this paper, the guidelines of Marx' thoughts are shown starting from the reading and analysis of his own texts. Also, the pertinence of the relationship between Marx and the research of society is argued through the material objects which make any society real: the archaeological research.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)7-26
    JournalTrabajos de Prehistoria
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2005


    • Archaeology
    • Marx
    • Social production


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