One of many contributions to the exploration of Marx’s relationship to Hegel. The text proves itself to be a firm baseline for an enhanced understanding of the concept of Subjectivity within Marx and thus of the relationship of Theory and Praxis, ideas which are unexplainable in the absence of their mediator; Revolutionary organisation.
This essay is a formulation of the relationship between the middle class and the traditional Proletariat in 1909. The middle class is here spoken of as a contingent on wage-labour as its means of survival whilst being elevated into the upper echelons of highly stratified enterprises. The middle class is […]
Imperialism’s New Course Introduction The article below is taken from the latest edition of Prometeo, the theoretical journal of the PCInt (Battaglia Comunista), our sister organisation in Italy. It was originally translated for publication on the IBRP’s (International Bureau for the Revolutionary Party) internet site as part of our policy to make more […]
What distinguishes revolutionaries from Trotskyism? Submitted by International Review on 5 November, 2009 We are publishing two articles from Internationalisme, organ of the Gauche Communiste de France dedicated to the question of Trotskyism and written in 1947. At this time, Trotskyism had already abandoned proletarian internationalism by participating in the Second World War, unlike the […]
This short essay written by karl korsch in 1950 and commonly known as the “Zürich theses” marks an important point within the development of the post-war communist milieu by virtue of its historic role as a reconfiguration of the Marxist dialectic and an assessment of weak practical and theoretical points […]
“On the evening of October 24th the Provisional Government had at its disposal little more than 25,000 men. On the evening of October 25th, when preparations were underway for the storming of the Winter Palace, the Bolsheviks assembled about 20,000 Red Guards, sailors and soldiers before that last refuge of […]