CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::2. Marx, los marxistas, nosotros::f. ¿Se puede “rescatar” algo de los clásicos del marxismo::05/en

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But of course there is much more in the twentieth century Marxism than "real Marxism." There is, of course, the "possible Marxism", there is a series of brilliant theoretical developments which, though never translated into a full and effective implementation, are always a huge possible quarry of materials, from which you always may try recreations which, under a political, rather than academic will, we call "Marxism of new type". We all would have liked real Marxism to be more like Gramsci, or Bloch, or Marcuse, or like Che Guevara's. It seems obvious, however, that not only it didn't occur, but suspiciously every time we cite these "salvageables", we talk just the names of those who were NOT in power, or who died prematurely, as we would like "save" of Lenin.