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  1. #1 Marx on Hegel, what was his specific view? 
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    I was think about the Marx's quip that he 'had turned Hegel on his head' by opposing the latter's Idealism to his own rigorous materialism. What problems did Marx identify within the Hegelian methodology and how well did his own historical materialism resolve those problems?

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