CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::c. El marxismo real como expresión de un mundo::03/en

From Carlos Pérez Soto
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But the ongoing struggle between will and historical determination that characterizes this new era, just as before the essential feature of the social was the liberation of the productive forces, may find again and again expressions, both among the revolutionary will, as within the bureaucratic spirit. And Marxism, the Bolshevik horizon, with their dreams of communism and human reconciliation, don't need to be tied to what they have actually been. Marxism may be more than it has been, it can recover his infinite impulse toward freedom and life. XXI century Marxism does not have to continue the miseries of the Marxism of the twentieth century. The revolutionary will can do something different. For that we need a Marxism that is effectively what in the twentieth century it has only been sporadically. A Marxism that collects what humanity dreams, and makes it political reality.