File spoon-archives/marxism2.archive/marxism2_1996/96-07-31.055, message 45

Date: Wed, 17 Jul 1996 20:38:50 -0700 (PDT)

"So although the correspondence is no substitute --unfortunately
-- for the debate that was so necessary between Marxism and the
doctrine of Lassalle, it offers in precisely this direction the
most manifold stimuli for anyone who really wishes to study Marx.
And if the debate does take place one day, this correspondence
will quite definitely form its starting-point in respect of

-- Lukacs, Georg.  "Marx and Lassalle in their Correspondence",
in: REVIEWS AND ARTICLES, translated by Peter Palmer.  London:
Merlin Press, 1983 (pp. 59-62).  p. 62.

Lukacs gives all the reasons why such a study is important in this
1922 article.  Has this ever been done?  All I have on Lassalle is
a 1911 biography by George Brandes which does have some
information on Lassalle's Hegelianism.

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