CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::e. Un marxismo minoritario en el campo intelectual::06/en

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Faced with these concepts, what a Hegelian Marxism seeks as the basis of politics is the idea of ​​full, and risky, human responsibility on a collective political action, with global mood, which is exercised from a historical will. The possible link between desire, as a particular moment in individuals, and a will as universal moment, recognized in collectives, should be thought of as the driving engine of policy initiatives that arise from this new Marxism. Associated produced producers, autonomous in their membership of a will, moved from the desire that updates in each one of them, are the driving force, in the speculative level, of a possible revolution. The concrete social economic analysis should be given the task to identify the effective social actors in which this possibility is constituted. The central criterion is that in them both the possibility of this subjectivity and access to control of the most advanced and dynamic means of work is given. Only from this match may arise a revolution that is more than updating the incomplete industrialization and an alienation of the revolutionary will.