CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::1. El gesto de Lukacs::03/en
When considering the place of Lenin and the Russian revolution in this controversy it makes perfect sense to distinguish between "revisionism" (based on historical use, Bernstein's) and "heterodoxy" (Lenin's). Formally both positions are both. The name of revisionist for one of them and heterodoxy for the other could well be arbitrary, if not established by the historical use. The problem arises rather to the Leninist position, which first made a gesture which will later be characteristic: it was determined to show itself as Orthodox.