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Thus, what could have been (and to a certain degree is) a very important contribution to historicization in the study ofMarxism is weakened by this vision of the development 'by spurts' of Marx's thought. Subsequently, Althusser, while following precisely the opposite itinerary to that of the '1844 Marxists' (but one no less absurd and even more paradoxical), was to state that the genuine Marx, freed of all Hegelian influence, was not to be found in the part of Capital he published but only in the Critique of the Gotha Programme and in the commentary on Wagner.
A history in which the conscions activity of men still has a linlited part. e. with that famous leap from the realm of necessity into the realm of freedom. But even this second emancipation will not free man from his biological limits. These remarks should help to clarify the meaning of the division into two levels, the 'natural' and the socio-economic, which I dealt 'Nith in my first essay. To dv,Tell on the point that there is nothing, or almost nothing, in contemporary man thathas not been mediated and shaped in some way by his social being is to dwell on the obvious.
I shall elaborate on this question below. Since my argument has already brought up the question of Engels on a number of occasions, I should like to clarify a point brought out by Cristofolini. Weare probably in greater agreement than Cristofolini thinks. I do not at all think that the dialectic in Engels is a result of Marx's bad influence, nor that The German Ideology is a text that can be attributed entirely to Marx. I also recognize that certain 'pragmatist' germinations can be found in Ludwig Feuerbach.
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