"Marx: Ideology, Morality, Science". -- Brian Leiter today gave a marvellously clear and well-argued account of what he takes to be Marx's notion of ideology: a system of beliefs that misrepresents the interests of a particular class, and that is adopted only because its origin in class-specific interests is obscured. It turns out Marx used this rendering to maintain that most science and some morality are not ideological. -- What again was the Neo-Kantians' slogan? "To understand Kant is to go beyond him." Mutatis mutandis.