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BY J. Sykes | United States | 8/14/22
To understand Marx’s critique of capitalism, it is essential to understand capital dialectically.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 8/07/22
In our previous article we looked at what a commodity is and examined use-value and exchange-value.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 7/31/22
Karl Marx begins his critique of political economy in the great work, Capital, with an analysis of commodities.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 7/17/22
Despite what bourgeois economists, the priests of property and profit, would have us believe, capitalism isn’t the eternal way of things.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 7/10/22
Thanks to Marxism, we know that ideological superstructure of society arises from and supports the material, economic base of society.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 7/03/22
In the ideological terrain today, Marxism must struggle against postmodernism.
BY staff | United States | 7/01/22
FRSO has announced nation-wide zoom study sessions on the outstanding Fight Back! News Red Theory article series by J. Sykes.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 6/27/22
Marxist-Leninists are practical people. This has been true since Marx wrote his famous Eleventh Thesis on Feuerbach: “The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it.”
BY J. Sykes | United States | 6/19/22
In our exploration of the fundamental concepts of historical materialism so far, we have looked closely at the economic and material base of society.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 6/12/22
Much is made of what is often referred to as the urban/rural divide. There is a fundamental disconnect, we are told, between the people from the cities and the rural population. Marx and Engels called this contradiction the division between town and country. Marxism-Leninism can help us understand this contradiction, how it arose historically, and how it can be overcome.
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