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Simple solutions to marxist perplexity

March 12th, 2018 · No Comments

The critique of marxism of conventional capitalism is both profound and itself very limited. In its current form the subject is dominated by two forms of mystification, left and right. We might take the example of the previous post as an indication to proceed with empirical constructs wary of theories.
In general we can’t expect history to move autonmatically to postcapitalism: we need to produce a model for that and a path to carrying it out…

Dominated by marxist confusions, so easily fixed, the left has no real path to postcapitalism…

the flawed analysis of marxism…//The Revolt that Shook the World | The Indypendent
November 3rd, 2017
A useful perspective on the bolshevik era. We have often claimed here that in part the confusions of bolshevism were the result of the flawed analysis of marxism. The model of ‘democratic market neo-communism’ in some earlier form could have clarified at the start what was to become the state capitalism of the post-Lenin era. And the idea of socialism in one country in the context of an international should make future transitions viable in the context of surrounding capitalism…

Source: The Revolt that Shook the World | The Indypendent

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