CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::2. Marx, los marxistas, nosotros::f. ¿Se puede “rescatar” algo de los clásicos del marxismo::03/en

From Carlos Pérez Soto
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When speaking of "classical Marxism", it is necessary to make two distinctions that can help limit what is meant. One is that between what might be called "real Marxism" or, more straight, the real political practice, which actually happened, under the inspiration of the Marxists, and what can be called a, more or less academic, "theoretical Marxism", that is all what Marxists have written, regardless of whether its many good intentions actually occurred or not. The other is between the Marxism that lived Bolshevik utopian horizon as possible, alienated or not, and the many "Marxisms of new type" to which we have been forced by the reality of neo-Stalinism first, then by its bankruptcy.