Marx, Marxism, Socialism, Communism

Books:

41R16gqzk-L._AA160_Marxism and Morality Oxford: Clarendon,1985

Articles:

‘Marxism and Morals today’, New Labor Forum 2015. Vol. 24 (1) 54-61,

‘Marxism and the Enlightenment’ in Michel Seymour and Mitthias Fritsch (eds), Reason and Emancipation. Essays on the Philosophy of Kai Neilsen. Amherst, Humanity Books, Prometheus., 2007, pp. 214-224

‘On the Moral Blindness of Communism’, Human Rights Review, 2, 2, Jan-March 2001

What is left? Times Literary Supplement 1992

“Marxism and Morality: Reflections on the Revolutions of 1989″, Ethics and International Affairs, 1990, Vol 4, pp. 19-31 (translated into German and published in the Frankfurter Hefte)

“Marxism and Dirty Hands”, Social Philosophy and Policy, 1986, also reproduced in Ellen Frankel paul, Fred D. Miller Jr., Jeffrey Paul and John Ahrens (eds.), Marxism and LIberalism (1986, Oxford, Blackwell)

“Marxism and Utopianism” in Peter Alexander and Roger Gill (eds), Utopias (1984, London, Duckworth)

“The Future of British Socialism?” in Ben Pimlott (ed.), Fabian Essays in Socialist Thought (1984, London, Heinemann)

Can the Base be distinguished from the Superstructure?” in David Miller & Larry Siedentop (eds.), The Nature of Political Theory (1983, Oxford, Clarendon Press); shorter version printed in Analyse und Kritik, 2, 1982, pp. 211-222

“Marx, Morality and Justice” in G.H.R. Parkinson (ed.), Marx and Marxisms (1982, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press)

“Can a Marxist Believe in Human Rights?”, Praxis, 1, IV, Jan 1982, pp. 334-345

Alienation and Anomie” in Laslett, P. & Runciman, W.G. (eds.); Philosophy, Politics and Society, Third Series (1967, Blackwell, Oxford).

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