[Scribus] Scribus in the Art Lab

avox avox
Tue Apr 4 20:31:40 CEST 2006

Pierre-Luc Auclair wrote:
> I really like how you are discerning between Marxist and Marxian, I see
> you 
> know what you are talking about. :)

I also make a difference between Marx' analysis of political economy and
and his dialectics on the one side and his prognoses and utopy on the other
IMO the first has proved itself more accurate than other economical theories
the last decades (theory of accumulation), while his utopy might have been a
reasonable guess at his time, but has been proven wrong by history, and the
ideologies based on it got a deservedly bad reputation.
So I persoanlly would call an adherent of Marx' theory a marxian and a
follower of 
the state ideology a marxist, but we don't have that difference in German

I must also admit that I got stuck in the first volume of The Capital and
tried again. I liked very much a small book called "Lohnarbeit und Kapital"
and capital) which describes the main ideas of Marx' economical theory.

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