CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::d. Un marxismo posible::12/en

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But also the emphasis on the notion of subject, and its possible willingness and disposition, as opposed to criticism of the idea of the subject; confidence in the possibility of an ontology in which the substance is understood as ethical and historical substance, as compared to distrust of any ontology; its idea of a policy based on self-determination, on self-determined freedom, on the historicity of the laws, as compared with a policy based on memory, on events, or on contingent challenge; the notion that a revolution, as a global change in the way of producing life, is necessary and possible, as opposed to the idea of politics as construction of partial and contigent hegemonies, these are its most visible differences with respect to the various, Marxist or post-Marxist, reconstructions of Marxism most circulating in the current discussion.