The beginning of the chapter of Capital 15: The Development of Machinery saw for Marx that not the factory is a system organised from the nucleus of machinery but also the basis of adding a second prerequisite for women and children in the labour process, managing the number of individuals […]
Communication, in particular trains, cars, vans etc. are viewed as a means of transportation that transforms the physical conditions of exchange, proclaimed to be the abolishment of space in relation to time, according to Marx becoming a historical and material necessity for capital, as Grundrisse would state “Capital by its […]
As civilisation becomes an unsustainable force in its inventible collapse from the face of the Earth, and as the outcome of this factor is the enacting of a post-civilised culture, one must look at the social stratosphere; specifically the buildings surround the capital producing hubs as an emergence from the […]
Workerism is a term that refers to the supporting of industrial labourers over other modes of labourers. The over-rewarding of labourers who create the capital, economy, nation and material over other labourers can be an element of workerism. In its social context, it’s a sexist ideology by fetishizing the muscly […]
Who are the elite? The elite has no actual body, it is a myth which is constructed constantly in order to justify the existence of the present state of things. The meaning of ‘the elite’ differs from mouthpiece to mouthpiece, depending on the general intent. For the new emerging social-democrats […]
With any topic we must first define it in order to further and fully analyze it. Consumerism, as will be examined here, is no exception. Consumerism is defined as “a social and economic order that encourages the acquisition of goods and services in ever-increasing amounts.” Why does this phenomenon occur? […]
An essay examining the causes of the degeneration of the Russian Revolution, as well as the symptoms of the switch from dictatorship of the proletariat, to dictatorship of the bourgeoisie.
Marxism, in simple terms, is the science of the liberation of the proletariat. It then follows naturally that one of the key questions which this field of analysis grapples with is how to do that. At the heart of this question is the need for a revolutionary party. As Italian […]
We fully regard civil wars, i.e., wars waged by the oppressed class against the oppressing class, slaves against slave-owners, serfs against land-owners, and wage-workers against the bourgeoisie, as legitimate, progressive and necessary. Vladimir Lenin, Socialism and War (1915) What is Legitimacy? Much is made about the distinction between legitimate […]
An essay outlining the Marxist view of history and counter-posing it with Stalinist and Trotskyist views.