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  • W.E.B. Du Bois and His Work

    10 March 2020, by Robert Paris
    W.E.B. Du Bois and His Work By William Gorman As he approaches eighty-two, no higher tribute can be paid William Edward Burghardt Du Bois than that it is impossible to seriously consider the Negro in America without being confronted by his name at every turn. Journalist, research scholar, sociologist, historian, novelist, pamphleteer, educator – his evolution intertwines so completely with that of the Negro people since the Civil War that his individual portrait is the collective portrait (...)

  • Lenin and Trotsky join forces to fight bureaucracy

    26 février 2020, par Robert Paris
    1922-1923 : when Lenin and Trotsky were united against Stalin Lenin and Trotsky join forces to fight bureaucracy ‘Stop the retreat’ LENIN, in his report to the Tenth Congress of the party, made it clear that the New Economic Policy would strengthen capitalism in the countryside : ‘... the switch from the appropriation of surpluses to the tax will mean more kulaks [rich peasants] under the new system. They will appear where they could not appear before.’ [1] In his summing-up of the debate on (...)

  • On Historical Materialism

    21 January 2020, by Robert Paris
    Franz Mehring On Historical Materialism (Part I) The bourgeois world today regards historical materialism as it did Darwinism a lifetime ago, and socialism half a lifetime ago. It reviles it without understanding it. Eventually, and with great difficulty, the bourgeoisie began to grasp that Darwinism was really something other than an “ape theory”, and that socialism was not a matter of “having a share-out” or “laying a thieving hand on all the fruits of a thousand years of culture”. But (...)

  • The First Five Years of the Communist International

    18 January 2020, by Robert Paris
    The First Five Years of the Communist International Leon Trotsky - The First Five Years of the Communist International - Volume I (1924) Leon Trotsky - The First Five Years of the Communist International - Volume II (1924) Read also The Communist International The “Third Period” of the Comintern’s Mistakes Main texts of the Communist International of Lenin and Trotsky Manifesto of the Third International (Communist) written by Leon (...)

  • Works of Frederick Engels 1877

    13 January 2020, by Robert Paris
    Works of Frederick Engels 1877 Anti-Dühring Herr Eugen Dühring’s Revolution in Science Formerly known as Herr Eugen Dühring’s Revolution in Science, Engels’ Anti-Dühring is a popular and enduring work which, as Engels wrote to Marx, was an attempt “to produce an encyclopaedic survey of our conception of the philosophical, natural-science and historical problems.” Marx and Engels first became aware of Professor Dühring with his December 1867 review of Capital, published in Ergänzungsblätter. They (...)

  • Haiti 2008 : The Forgotten Occupation

    9 January 2020, by Robert Paris
    Haiti 2008 : The Forgotten Occupation Emmanuel Santos explains why an extended UN presence has only meant more suffering for the people of Haiti. MORE THAN 9,000 military and civilian personnel from the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH, by its French initials) will remain in the country until October 2009, following the UN Security Council’s unanimous vote on October 15 to extend its mandate. MINUSTAH troops have occupied Haiti since 2004 when a U.S.-backed coup (...)

  • Grandizo Munis and Spanish Proletarian Revolution in 1937

    4 January 2020, by Robert Paris
    Grandizo Munis and Spanish Proletarian Revolution in 1937 The Bourgeois State in Crisis (April 1937) Although our edition was closed for this issue, the crisis of the Generalitat obliges us to comment, holding up our publication a little bit. It is public knowledge that these periodic crises of the Generalitat represent the flowering of a continuous friction between the various forces integrated into the Council. What is making impossible the normal functioning of the government is the (...)

  • Plekhanov - On the Role of the Individual in History

    19 December 2019, by Robert Paris
    G.V. Plekhanov On the Role of the Individual in History (1898) I In the second half of the ’seventies the late Kablitz wrote an article entitled, The Mind and the Senses as Factors of Progress, in which, referring to Spencer, he argued that the senses played the principal role in human progress, and that the mind played only a secondary role, and quite a subordinate one at that. A certain “esteemed sociologist” [1*] replied to Kablitz, expressing amusement and surprise at a theory which (...)

  • A Critical Essay on Nietzsche

    15 December 2019, by Robert Paris
    Victor Serge 1917 A Critical Essay on Nietzsche 1. A Philosopher of Violence and Authority Dead are all the gods: now do we desire the Superman to live. The State is the death of people. Companions, the creator seeketh not corpses – and not herds or believers either. Humanity’s goal can only be reached with the most elevated types. – Thus Spoke Zarathustra It is through these words that this creator became dear to us. We singled him out from among the heroes of life, legend, and dreams, (...)

  • George Plekhanov - The Meaning of Hegel (1891)

    22 octobre 2019, par Robert Paris
    Introduction In 1891 the editors of Neue Zeit, theoretical magazine of the German Social Democratic Party, requested G.V. Plekhanov to write an article in connection with the 60th anniversary of Hegel’s death. Few were better qualified to deal with this subject than Plekhanov, a profound student of philosophy and the best trained Marxist theoretician of Russia at the time. Plekhanov’s philosophical writings, including his Hegel essay, were for the most part written in the heyday of his (...)

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