6 April 2018, by
Leon Trotsky, Our Revolution
Who Was Leon Trotsky ?
The Lessons of the Great Year (January 1917)
On the Eve of a Revolution (January 1917)
Internal Forces of the Russian Revolution (March 1917)
The Growing Conflict (March 1917)
Peace and Reaction (May 1917)
The Farce of Dual Power (June 1917)
The July Uprising (July 1917)
The Struggle for State Power (July 1917)
After the July Days (September 1917)
We Can Learn From the Russian Revolution (October 1917)
With Blood and Iron (...)
3 April 2018, by
Karl Marx, Wirtings upon India
The British Rule in India
British Incomes in India
The East India Company — Its History and Results
Sir Charles Woods’ East India Reforms
The Government of India
Marx and Colonialism in India
The East India Question
The Revolt in the Indian Army
The Revolt in India
The Indian Question
State of the Indian Insurrection
Investigation of Tortures in India
The Revolt in India
The Capture of Delhi, by Frederick Engels
The Indian (...)
2 April 2018, by
Read Here "Dialectics of Nature"
Anti-Dühring by Frederick Engels 1877 :
Philosophy of Nature
Time and Space
We now come to philosophy of nature. Here again Herr Dühring has every cause for dissatisfaction with his predecessors.
“Natural philosophy sank so low that it became an arid, spurious doggerel founded on ignorance”, and “fell to the prostituted philosophistics of a Schelling and his like, rigging themselves out in the priesthood of the Absolute and hoodwinking the public”. Fatigue (...)
6 March 2018, by
In common with Empiricism the Critical Philosophy assumes that experience affords the one sole foundation for cognitions; which however it does not allow to rank as truths, but only as knowledge of phenomena.
The Critical theory starts originally from the distinction of elements presented in the analysis of experience, viz. the matter of sense, and its universal relations. Taking into account Humes’s criticism on this distinction as given in the preceding section, viz. that sensation (...)
22 February 2018, by
Readings Upon Dialectics
“The whole world, natural, historical, intellectual, is represented as a process – i.e., as in constant motion, change, transformation, development; and the attempt is made to trace out the internal connection that makes a continuous whole of all this movement and development.”
Engels, Socialism: Utopian & Scientific
"It is an eternal cycle in which matter moves, a cycle that certainly only completes its orbit in periods of time for which our terrestrial year is (...)
20 February 2018, by
Otto Ruhle was a founder member of the Communist Workers Party of Germany and attended the second congress of the Comintern as a delegate from that organisation. The party, part of what was called "left-communism", drew some of its ideas from the IWW and was an outspoken opponent of Bolshevism.
Otto Rühle and the German Labour Movement
Speech in the Reichstag
From the Bourgeois to the Proletarian Revolution
Karl Marx: His Life and Works
Karl Marx’s Capital
The struggle against Fascism (...)
15 February 2018, by
October 1917, the Proletarian Revolution, Our Revolution
John Rees, In Defence of October
Leon Trotsky, In Defence Of October
V. I. Lenin, The Tasks of the Revolution
Victor Serge, The Insurrection of 25 October 1917
Leon Trotsky, The October Insurrection
Leon Trotsky, The Lessons of October
Why October 1917 belongs to the workers of today as those of yesterday
Centenary of the Russian Revolution
Who led the October Revolution?
Leon Trotsky, the main leader of the 1917 (...)
15 January 2018, by
Anthropogenic Global Warming, True or False?
What to think about the thesis of Anthropogenic Warming
A Few Answers to Some Simple Questions about the Climate
IPCC is not a Guaranty of Scientific Truth
New Glaciation or Global Warming: What future of the Earth’s Climate?
Climatology and Deterministic Chaos
When Capitalist’s Dirigeants Discuss upon Climate, they Think of Economic and Social Crisis
And if instead of constantly talking about the climate, we were told about (...)
12 January 2018, by
Emergence, Self-organization, Negentropy far from Balance and Deterministic Chaos, the Non-linear Ways of Matter to Build New Structures
What is Emergence?
What is self-organization?
What is Entropy and Negentropy?
What is Deterministic Chaos?
Self-organization or order spontaneously resulting from the disorder
What is Non-linearity
Non-linear Dynamics creates New Structures
The Theory of Deterministic Chaos
Particle of Matter and Emergence of Structure in the Vaccum
Why does the (...)
11 January 2018, by
Marxism and Science
Engels, Introduction, Dialectics of Nature, 1883 :
MODERN natural science, which alone has achieved an all-round systematic and scientific development, as contrasted with the brilliant natural-philosophical intuitions of antiquity and the extremely important but sporadic discoveries of the Arabs, which for the most part vanished without results - this modern natural science dates, like all more recent history, from that mighty epoch which we Germans term the (...)