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Marx’s Method of Successive Abstractions and his Analysis of Modes of Production

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Title
Marx’s Method of Successive Abstractions and his Analysis of Modes of Production
Published in
Critical Sociology (Brill Academic Publishers), December 2018
DOI 10.1177/0896920518809829
Authors

Paul Paolucci

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#10,004,156
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#439
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