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  Michel Henry. The Introduction into Marx’s Thought
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Michel Henry. The Introduction into Marx’s Thought

The article represents the analysis of thoughts of the famous French phenomenologist – Michel Henry (1922–2002) about K. Marx. As M. Henry argues, the recent interpretations of Marx’s legacy had failed to grasp his fundamental intensions and then replaced the original notion of «alive individual» with the abstract notions of «class struggle» , «society» and «class». So, Henry puts forward the idea of «phenomenological interpretation» of Marx’s works.

 

Key words: M. Henry, Phenomenology of Life, class, class struggle, alive individual, immanence, material phenomenology.