4 edition of transition from feudalism to capitalism found in the catalog.
transition from feudalism to capitalism
Paul Marlor Sweezy
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Paul Sweezy ... [et al.] ; introduction by Rodney Hilton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||195 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||195|
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This book presents a series of essays and articles by several leading historians - each of which focuses on the general phenomenon of the societal transition from feudalism to capitalism. This book was first published in the mid's, and was largely inspired by the rise of a number of Marxist historians (and other social scientists), whose Cited by: The debate on the transition from feudalism to capitalism, originally published in Science and Society in the early s, is one of the most famous episodes in the development of Marxist historiography since the war.
It ranged such distinguished contributors as Maurice Dobb, Paul Sweezy, Kohachiro Takahashi and Christopher Hill against each other in a common, critical/5. the transition from feudalism to capitalism in England. Specifically, my focus is on the role played by the peasants in this transition.
Some of the most fruitful studies in recent historiography address the peas- antry's contribution to the supersession of feudalism by capitalism. The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5.
The debate on the transition from feudalism to capitalism, originally published in Science and Society in the early s, is one of the most famous episodes in the development of Marxist historiography since the war.
It ranged such distinguished contributors as Maurice Dobb, Paul Sweezy, Kohachiro Takahshi and Christopher Hill against each other in a common, critical discussion. The Debate On The Transition From Feudalism To Capitalism, Originally Published In Science And Society In The Early S, Is One Of The Most Famous Episodes In The Development Of Marxist Historiography Since The War.
It Ranged Such Distinguished Contributors As Maurice Dobb, Paul Sweezy, Kohachiro Takahashi And Christopher Hill Against Each Other In A Common, Critical 5/5(1).
The Transition from Capitalism to Feudalism The historical sociology of the transition to capitalism has been dominated by Marxist thinkers who emphasise the nature of production, energy capture and class relations between the owners of capital and the owners of labour.
both summarised in this superb book. Should you wish otherwise I. And a very good book was published that presented the debate between historians - see The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism (originally published in the 's). Then, some years later, R.J. Hilton published this book - making use of the same title.
This is rather misleading, as it's easy to confuse these books. I do recommend the other book.2/5(1).