CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::c. El marxismo real como expresión de un mundo::02/en
Beyond this statement, a nuance may be added. Marxism was certainly not a bourgeois ideology, even not a totalitarian variant of bourgeois ideology. Its anti-bourgeois vocation and practice must be taken seriously, being looked at in a new light. I argue that the Marxism of the twentieth century has been one of the modes of expression of the emergence of bureaucratic rule, below surface and beyond the conscious intentions of its actors. To this extent, it has met its concept. An illustrated avant-garde has attempted to transform history, under the ideological veil that its real actors are the workers. It has tried to impose a will to determination. And its actual results are too much like those of all of modernity to be thinking today that in it there was some fundamentally different principle, that is not already taking place, in other ways, within bourgeois society itself.