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What obsoletes the general structures of the analysis of Karl Marx (and Friedrich Engels) is not the 21st century, these are mistakes early in their reasoning.


by Yanick Toutain
Quora/RevActu
14/10/05


ANSWER WRITTEN ABOUT CLASS STRUGGLE7 Dec, 2013
What obsoletes the general structures of the analysis of Karl Marx (and Friedrich Engels) is not the 21st century, these are mistakes early in their reasoning.
The worst is their inability to take into account the yolk in the egg. Theoretical grids are gold mines but the overall structure is scientifically false.
These are their mistakes that paved the ways to "formoises ideologies" of social democracy and Stalinism.
Marx and Engels did not take into account the "quantity into quality transformation".
Their vision is totally commodified.
I avoided this mistake in 1993 when I discovered the formoisy.
30 ° my thesis (on the formoisy as exploiting class 2) announced a potential denial.
I had done well!
  3 years later, I discovered a third class exploiting fundamental: the innovoisie.

Two fundamental errors humanologie:
First error: bad faith in Note 19 Book Capital for Skilled labor.
  Answer that skilled workers are so few is a stupid way to avoid debate on the complex work and transfers of surplus value
Second error; he does not see the "fight strata" (neither the stratum of the Innovatings nor the Repeatings stratum of or the stratum of Pests
therefore, it does not include the historical productivity or consumerist pathology, nor the fact that the class struggle is not a driving force of history, but his cancer.
Marx, in his manuscripts was 44 "postmarxist" (not a "Post-Marxist").
What he wrote of creation are fundamental bricks to build the "postmmarxism" of the 21st century. (not the "Post-Marxism which is only an improbable collection of anti-materialist thinkers historical and archaeo-Marxists incorrigible ....)

But, being postmarxist, I am more Marxist than Marx. If they lived today, he and Engels would also be postmarxist

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