CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::2. Marx, los marxistas, nosotros::g. Sobre el valor del pasado::04/en
For those who struggle, those who are fighting, and think and act from that situation, the past is not relevant. Not that they have none. You could say, in an abstract way, as an academic exercise, they have. But beyond the trivial assertion that any present has its past, there is absolutely nothing obvious. It goes without saying of the past that it simply is. Just a millimeter beyond, any attributed content is but a reconstruction. The objectivity of history is strictly historical. So much that the past can have more density, more weight, or definitely less, depending on which place of its struggles a party is in. The place to try it all, the place of having gotten what one actually gets, instead of losing everything ... except the past.