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The aesthetics of problem-solving
Octavian Esanu

Morawski's “Introduction” to Karl Marx and Frederick Engels on Literature and Art contains a separate bibliographical section that lists the main sources, and where the editors also credit the pioneering work of Soviet Marxism, above all Mikhail Livshitz, Marks i Engel's ob iskusstve [Marx and Engels on art] (Moscow: Sovetskaia Literatura, 1933). On Lukács's pioneering the field of “Marxist aesthetics,” see Stefan Morawski, “Mimesis – Lukács's Universal Principle,” Science and Society 32 (1968): 27

in The postsocialist contemporary
Aleksander Buzgalin
Andrey Kolganov

representatives of critical Soviet Marxism (Khessin 1964b ), value is a category reflecting only, and exclusively, the relations of commodity production. That is why Marx stated dozens of times that value and use value are two aspects of a commodity , and not of any product. Value is a historically specific category, like any other category of commodity production. Such an understanding of categories – as reflections of historically specific production relations, as shown at the beginning of the book – is the alpha and omega of the Marxist methodology; this stands in contrast

in Twenty-first-century capital