CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::a. ¿Qué es el marxismo::15/en

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But this, in turn, requires in the fifth place, to say that Marxism is a tradition of controversies, most of which have never really been resolved. This is necessary because it is perfectly possible attempt to circumvent the results of the real Marxism arguing that that "was not really Marxism". To avoid this draw, a basic doctrinal nucleus should be established and it should be accepted that, concentrically around this centre, different versions of each of the relevant issues affecting Marxist theory and practice have built. To the extent that there are few issues on which all Marxists do really agree.