Marxism and the Individual (Paperback)
This book attempts to develop a Marxist theory of the human individual. It contends that the standard description of the human as a bio-psycho-social being is fundamentally deficient as it doesn't specify which of these attributes is the determining one. As long as this is not done, the real nature of humanity cannot be uncovered.
Cem Eroğul is a retired professor of constitutional law at Ankara University, and author of textbooks and monographs on constitutional law and comparative government (in Turkish), including An Essay on the Nature of the State (1981).