CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::e. Un marxismo minoritario en el campo intelectual::07/en

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But it is essential too, in political terms, going beyond the traditional alienation of the popular movement that has consistently registered its claims on the horizon of possibilities of the system of domination. When classical domination could give homogeneity and increased consumption levels, the labor movement called for equality and consumption. Now that the system of domination can produce and handle differences, the opposition calls for recognition of the differences. Always, most of the opposition, has simply asked what the system could deliver, and has not yet. Revolutionary politics can not settle for being the art of the possible, it should be the art of the impossible, to ask just what the system can not give.