‘The Conception of Nature in Marx’ is a very interesting book written by Alfred Schmidt (1931-2012), and first published in 1962. Indeed, ‘The Conception of
Dear Prof. Z Thank you for yet again another intriguing email. I thank you for remembering my text. I read much about Marxism in Chinese
This means that Labour ‘rejects’ the Marxist ideology that racism has its roots within the exploitative division of labour that defines the capitalist system. As this is the case, Labour finds itself adopting the bourgeois response of sentimentalism and token politics.
Conformist Revolutionaries are easy to spot. They state (without any reliable evidence) that Mao and Stalin were tyrants and mass killers, and that Hitler was a very maligned and misunderstood world leader (conformist Revolutionaries, whilst having no time for Marx or Lenin, nevertheless are perfectly willing to entertain the thought that Hitler might have been ‘innocent’ of the crimes he committed).
This is correct as the Red Army personnel are trained in the morality of Marxist-Leninism, and understand their role to be one of ‘protection’ and ‘liberation’, and never one of pointless ‘aggression’ and ‘murder’. It is the Red Army that is tasked after the Revolution, to keep the workers safe. If civil society is to progressively develop through the application of science, then workers as citizens must be ‘free’ of the fear of arbitrary death and maiming from other citizens. Only the Red Army possesses the appropriate morality to carry out this task.
Buddhist-Marxism Alliance (UK) The Buddhist-Marxism Alliance (UK), being an expression of the leftwing intellectualism that permeates Oxford, pursues a Marxist-Leninist and anti-Trotskyite political agenda. As