By Franz Borkenau
Dr. Borkenau discusses the beliefs of overseas socialism within the gentle of the realities of a global of strife and fight. He keeps that socialist internationalism of the previous sort has little relation to the issues of the current. the realm has turn into even more nationalist, and the labour pursuits of all nations have needed to supply in to the forces of nationalism. he's sceptical of the revival of liberal-democratic internationalism within the League, and the try to revive the League within the form of a Federal Union. He believes even if, that strong forces are operating within the direction. Read more...
summary: Dr. Borkenau discusses the beliefs of overseas socialism within the gentle of the realities of an international of strife and fight. He keeps that socialist internationalism of the outdated sort has little relation to the issues of the current. the area has develop into even more nationalist, and the labour hobbies of all international locations have needed to supply in to the forces of nationalism. he's sceptical of the revival of liberal-democratic internationalism within the League, and the try and revive the League within the form of a Federal Union. He believes even though, that strong forces are operating within the course
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MECW, 5:40) Thus, quite clearly Marx thought that there were reciprocal effects between the mode of production, and the ideology and superstructure of any period. Morality, ethics, as well as the other parts of a society’s superstructure, must, accordingly, be included in any account of the development of a society. And, indeed, given Marx’s dialectical views, one should expect this. Marx’s dialectics enjoins that in order to understand any social or human phenomenon we must see it in its essential and reciprocal interconnections with other phenomena.
For one, an acceptable critique must be linked to material considerations. It must not be separated from the practical activity through which people sustain and develop themselves. The immediate object of study and critique, then, is social phenomena. Marx assumes that answers to individual questions will be dependent on this prior critique. Further, the critique of such social phenomena must be systematic – it must show how they are interrelated and what course of development they follow. Secondly, the criteria by which society is to be criticized do not lie beyond or external to that society, rather they lie within it.
Marx’s account of society, is usually taken to deny this view of morality and ethics. The mode of production of a society is said to be the determining force which dictates the course society will follow: 49 Intrinsically, it is not a queston of the higher or lower degree of development of the social antagonisms that result from the natural laws of capitalist production. It is a question of these laws themselves, of these tendencies working with iron necessity towards inevitable results. The country that is more developed industrially only shows, to the less developed, the image of its own future.
Socialism, national or international by Franz Borkenau