Slaying the LichGerald Cohen was a brilliant political philosopher; incredibly, he was also a Marxist who imbibed heavily the communist doctrine from his very birth.

At one point in his younger days he’d say, “Insofar as I am a Marxist I am not a philosopher, and insofar as I am a philosopher I am not a Marxist.”

Later, however, he found a need to reconcile the two influences, and he dedicated most of his efforts to a philosophical defense of egalitarian socialism.

My book examines most of his major writings and decimates his case for equality of distribution of goods.

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