CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::b. El marxismo como expresión de un mundo::04/en

From Carlos Pérez Soto
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Things put this way, one can say that Marxism is an expression of the time in human history when men reach the self-consciousness of social relations, that is, assume and live the notion that what happens in society and history is nothing but their own product, and that, in fact, ALL social relationships can consciously be changed at will. This self-consciousness is, of course, an indispensable condition so that the idea may be formed that communism is possible. Self-consciousness of social relations means not only that there are no gods steering society and history, but there also isn't what is called nature. We're free. All we are is due to ourselves. There is nothing in social relations that can not be changed.