The persistence of Marx tokens the way he is more than a scientist: he is more like a prophet at the foundation of a religion. But the modern age is not kind to prophets and, as with Darwin in Engels’ bungled depiction, the scientist must yield to the falsifications of history even as the saga of the prophet persists in an almost mythical format.
In a way Engels buried Marx the moment he compared him to Engels and called his work ‘science’. The mixture of modes has been very costly for the legacy of socialism which hallucinated a ‘science’ where they only had a mockup of a set of study projects, to be completed in the future. In fact, the failure of the idea of evolution in both Darwin and Marx is a notable ‘plus’ for science which must move on and recast its starting point.
Continue reading engels’ strange way of burying marx in his comparison to darwin…//Karl Marx Isn’t Buried
Marx denounced teleology but slipped it into his theory of stages of production. Marxists are thus using teleological propaganda while denying doing so, a hopeless muddle.
The eonic model can point to something far more complex…
Source: Lamarck, the teleomechanists – y – Darwiniana
Kant, history, and a challenge
September 6th, 2018 • Continue reading Kant, history, and a challenge
Fukuyama has at least seen where he went wrong, but have the marx dogmatists, such as those at this religious marxism website, seen where marxism has gone wrong? They sound as if the legacy of marx, let alone lenin, had any successes. But it has not. It is a record of total failure. In part this is marx’s fault, for inflicting bad theories on his religious cult of personality. Continue reading where are the socialist second thoughts on the failures of marxism…?//Fukuyama’s second thoughts: ‘socialism ought to come back’