CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::d. Un marxismo posible::14/en

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It is already ten years ago when I proposed that the historical status of a Marxism of Hegelian type is to be a possible term within the oscillation, in fact, of all contemporary philosophy between Kantianism and Hegelianism, ie between the respective sequels of those two monsters guarding the entrances to the possible futures. By the way, this is not about "Kant himself" or "Hegel himself". These are the historical consequences of their philosophies, the readings that admit, which are made historically real, being important for policy. A Kantian formulation of Marxism is possible, and my view is that this is what has prevailed throughout the twentieth century. Hegelian, or "Hegelizing" readings have been possible, on a recurring basis,always in the minority.