La crisis epistemológica de la teoría económica marxista

  • Matias Petersen Universidad de los Andes, Chile
Palabras clave: MacIntyre, tradición intelectual, teoría económica Marxista, crisis epistemológicas

Resumen

En Ética en los conflictos de la modernidad, MacIntyre sostiene que el neo-Aristotelismo contemporáneo tiene mucho que aprender de la teoría económica Marxista; no sólo para comprender la naturaleza del capitalismo, sino también para imaginar instituciones sociales alternativas. Este artículo resume los argumentos dados por MacIntyre en defensa de la relevancia política de la teoría económica Marxista. Se sostiene que, si la teoría económica Marxista es una tradición intelectual, en el sentido que MacIntyre le da a estos términos, debemos tomarnos en serio los debates históricos al interior de la tradición marxista para evaluar si ésta ha sido capaz de sobreponerse a la crítica tanto interna como externa. Se argumenta que la teoría económica Marxista, en cuanto tradición intelectual, ha sido derrotada por sus rivales y que una síntesis entre la filosofía moral Aristotélica y la teoría económica Marxista es un obstáculo para el desarrollo de la filosofía política de MacIntryre.

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2020-01-21
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Petersen, M. (2020). La crisis epistemológica de la teoría económica marxista. Prometeica - Revista De Filosofía Y Ciencias, (20), 18-33. https://doi.org/10.34024/prometeica.2020.20.10021