Marxism-Leninism Transforms the Relationship between the Subject-Form of Discourse and Political Practice
Something begins which will have no end, a ‘continuing break’ …, the beginning of a long period of work, as in every other science. And although the way ahead is open, it is difficult and sometimes even dramatic, marked by events — theoretical events (additions, rectifications, corrections) — which concern the scientific knowledge of a particular object: the conditions, the mechanisms and the forms of the class struggle. In simpler terms, the science of history (1976b, pp. 66f.).
KeywordsState Apparatus Discursive Practice Historical Materialism Class Struggle Class Position
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