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"This work attempts to revitalize Marxism by cross-pollinating it with Chinese thought. Marx understood that the historical stream could be divided periods in more than one way: (1) By focusing on their form of property and their characteristic class struggle (the Communist Manifesto); (2) By determining its predominant branch of production (The Introduction to the Critique of Political Economy). Never implementing the second tactic, Marx used the first one to discern 6 successive historic modes of production. In contrast, applying the second strategy by focusing on the sequence of predominant economic branches, this book distinguishes 10 historical periods. The second approach, thus, adds four modes of production to the six discerned by Marx. (For example, it divides Capitalism into three modes of production)"-- Amazon.

Title Marx, Engels, and Mao : the seven laws governing the dialectical development of a history, nature and thought / by Rachamim Dayan.
Related place Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
Publisher Jerusalem : Rachamim Dayan
Creation Date 2017
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Format 259 pages : illustrations
28 cm.
Language English
System Number 990040522220205171
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