CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::1. El gesto de Lukacs::39/en
Lukacs thought it was possible to find a "method" in the works of Marx, understanding method, incidentally, in the Hegelian sense. Bearing in mind the extensive rhetoric around the idea of method that has been produced throughout the twentieth century, I would rather suspicious. I keep just the heuristic use of analogy and the defense of the minimum set of principles that I have raised, to attribute to my attempt the adjective "orthodox". But in reality this is merely a polemic and rhetorical adjective. What really matters is not a really trivial and sterile discussion on orthodoxy and heterodoxy. I rather care of the political sense that today it may have put yourself in a position that would call itself like this.