CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::1. El gesto de Lukacs::40/en
As for the political sense I can be explicit. The idea to be called "orthodox" has two basic political objectives. One is to defend the enormous symbolic value that the Marxist horizon has meant throughout this century. Maintain, enhance the strength of its utopian will, this will to transform the world globally and revolutionaryly. Another is explicitly weighed against the many "heterodoxy" that have resulted from the structuralist tradition, and the circumstances and political effects that have accompanied them.