Communism is, as we all know, an incredibly controversial topic. There has been countless debates on its plausibility, its economic structure, its political structure, etc. However, regardless of the where the volume of conversation is apportioned, the 1,287 more words
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Mao writes in detail about the conception of knowledge within the dialectical historical view in ON PRACTICE. To summarize some points briefly, Mao notes both perceptual knowledge (first hand experience, sense perception) and rational knowledge (logic) are necessary, and cannot be separated from each other like certain schools of thought (empiricists, among others) tend to do. 206 more words
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“Labor force” (force du travail) is already a concept, but a radical one, correlating with the Real of the condition of the “Proletariat” as labor force that is non-reflected, lived, experienced.
Poorly aimed socialist movements miss the mark, and defeat a scarecrow instead of the ruling regime. Furthermore these movements can add legitimacy to the governments that “defeat” yet another socialist movement. 381 more words
I have been concerned about an ongoing Obama presidency since H.J. Res 5 was introduced to congress in 2009 by Rep. Jose Serrano (D). Rep. Serrano has introduced similar bills on about six occasions that I can find, dating back to the Clinton presidency. 468 more words
There is no doubt as education becomes more feminized, American college students are paying a lot more tuition yet amass less and less knowledge as each year of study goes by. 468 more words
Zhang Haipeng (张海鹏) and Gong Yun (龚云) on the question of whether or not Marxism is a form of historical nihilism
作者：张海鹏 龚云 中国史学会会长、中国社会科学院近代史研究所研究员；中国社会科学院马克思主义研究院研究员
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