8 edition of The class struggle in the ancient Greek world found in the catalog.
|Statement||G.E.M. de Ste. Croix.|
|LC Classifications||DF91 .D4 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 732 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||732|
|ISBN 10||0801495970, 0801414423|
|LC Control Number||89195721|
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Croix explains, using Marxist concepts, the class structure in the ancient world of Greece and Rome. He shows that the three main classes were the slave-owning, land-owning ruling class at the top; the slaves at the bottom; and the mass of small producers (peasants, craftspeople and traders) in The class struggle in the ancient Greek world book by: The most comprehensive and best book on the Ancient World from a Marxist scholar.
Croix's book takes into account the political struggles between sections of the ruling class, struggles of slaves against thier condition and struggles of other oppressed groups like women and small farmers/5. Croix explains, using Marxist concepts, the class structure in the ancient world of Greece and Rome.
He shows that the three main classes were the slave-owning, land-owning ruling class at the top; the slaves at the bottom; and the mass of small producers (peasants, craftspeople and traders) in 4/5.
The class struggle in the ancient Greek world - G. de Ste. Croix This text is a challenging work on ancient history and should be of interest to historians of the Greco-Roman world. It combines sociological acumen with solid historical craftsmanship, to provide an insightful account of the major institutions, social groups and historical developments of some years of Graeco-Roman civilization.
It is 26 The Class Struggle in the Ancient Greek World easy to discredit Marx’s analysis of society by presenting it in a distorted form, as it is so often presented both by those who wrongly suppose themselves to be employing it and by those who are in principle hostile to it.
The Class Struggle in the Ancient Greek World is a massive book, more than pages long, and covers a vast sweep of history. It explores the social and political structures of the eastern Mediterranean from BC onwards, concluding with the Arab conquests over 1, years later.4/5(5).
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About Class Struggle in the Ancient Greek World In this influential, path-breaking and respected work of scholarship G.E.M. de Ste. Croix makes a broad-ranging attempt to establish the validity of historical materialist analysis of the ancient world.
The Class Struggle. In his study on the problem of class struggle in classical antiquity,2 Charles Parain tried to define the specific characteristics of forms of social life that underwent profound changes in the period -Imperial Rome, imd that also present marked spatial variations.
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The Class Struggle in Ancient Greece Created Date: Z. The Ancient Greek Mysteries are fun and action-packed stories that are perfect for introducing readers in KS2 to the topic of Ancient Greece.
Steeped in historical detail, the series follows the adventures of a scribe called Nico and his friend Thrax, who is a slave, as they work together to solve mysteries. Those who deny that the slaves of antiquity could constitute a class commonly quote two passages in Marx, referring specifically to Klassenkampf, one of which says (not very accurately, on any interpretation) that ‘the class struggles of the ancient world took the form chiefly of a contest between debtors and creditors’, footnote 26 and the other that ‘In ancient Rome the class struggle took place Author: Geoffrey de Ste.
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Few historians can claim two masterpieces to their name. This is the case with Geoffrey de Ste Croix, the author of The Origins of the Peloponnesian War.
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