>>21833138>>21833158>The dialectical analysis unequivocally establishes the manifestation of American imperialistic tendencies which oppresses the proletariat masses both domestically and internationally. Thus, the categorical imperative arises to align oneself with any state that openly opposes the American hegemonic presence, regardless of its actual socio-economic characteristics, as such opposition inherently signals a socialist ideology that is inherently aligned with the noble tenets of utopian egalitarianism.
>>21440414Based. I'm realized I was clinically retarded after getting an IQ test that rated me at 79, but it just goes to show that IQ realy doesn't mean anything. I've had many people call my posts based and redpilled and it just goes to show you how little /pol/tards and their tiny chins really know if an idiot like me can easily comprehend the works of the communist party and make based posts on the regular.Incels cope and seethe.
>YO LITTLE STIRNER, I JUST SHIT IN MY OWN HAT TO DENY THE EGO. RESIGN! OR IT WILL HAPPEN AGAIN!
>Ok, so get this. I took meta-narrative writings of an ideological schizo too far gone from reality, and what I did was apply it to the real world. What aspect have I contributed to this new dogma? Why the economic of course! Have I ever held a job in my life? No, why? Anyway, this is going to be the big thing, I think it's pretty foolproof, don't you think?
>Muh labor theory of valueThis indicates the rightoid's lack of understanding considering Marx abandoned it in Das volume 3
>Dude revolution will just happen. Why? It did in the past I guess. Seriously just trust me bro. *Proceeds to write 3000 pages of obsolete economic theory*
>thesis: capitalism>antithesis: socialism>synthesis: communismI finally get it bros.....
>And uh I guess das bout all I had 2 say, in a way das kapital
Marx reading list:BrumaireManuscriptsValue, Price, and ProfitGothaGrundrisseCapital 1, 2, and 3 (yes you need to read all of them. 1 is not self-contained.)Further Reading:Michael Heinrich's Introduction (note: not an introduction)Heinrich's 3-4(?) volume biography of Marx that he is still writing (vol 1 is out)Love and Capital (another biography)Isaak Illich Rubin's Essays on Marx's Theory of ValueTime, Labor, and Social Domination by PostoneValue by Diane ElsonWorkers and Capital by TrontiLaw and Marxism by PashukanisNotebooks by GramsciThe Principle of Hope by BlochSelected Writings by BenjaminThe Production of Space by LefebvreThe Making of the English Working Class by Thompson (also read his essay on time.)The Black Jacobins by C.L.R. JamesAntiquity to Feudalism and Lineages of the Absolutist State by Perry AndersonThe Essential LeninThe Essential StalinOn Contradiction and On Practice by MaoDialectical Logic, Intelligent Materialism, and The Dialectics of the Abstract and the Concrete in Marx's Capital by IlyenkovLenin and Philosophy and Other Essays, I and IS Apparatuses, and Philosophy of the Encounter by AlthusserH and CS by LukacsMarx: Towards the Centre of Possibility by KarataniEclipse by Gilles DauveWhat Was the USSR? Towards a Theory of the Deformation of Value Under State Capitalism by AufhebenReading Marx Politically by CleaverMarx's Inferno by William Clare RobertsMoneybags Must Be So Lucky: On the Literary Structure of Capital by Robert Paul WolffIn the Long Run We Are All Dead: Keynesianism, Political Economy, and Revolution by Geoff MannCrack Capitalism by John HollowayThe Origins of Capitalism as a Social System: The Prevalence of an Aleatory Encounter by John MiliosCritical Theory and the Critique of Political Economy: On Subversion and Negative Reason by BonefeldThe 4 volumes of Open MarxismThere's No Such Thing as "The Economy": Essays on Capitalist Value by Samuel A. ChambersMarx at the Millennium by Cyril SmithCritiquing Capitalism Today: New Ways to Read Marx by Frederick Harry PittsThe Dialectical Imagination by Martin JayMoney and Totality by MoseleyThe Constitution of Capital: Essays on Volume 1 of Marx's Capital by BellofioreThe Origin of Capitalism: A Longer View by Ellen Meiksins Wood
Started reading Marx lately and I couldn’t help but ask myself the following:Would he be horrified to see how his ideas would be adapted and used after his death?The millions dead from Bolshevism, Stalinism, Maoism, etc. the Frankfurt School’s radical transformation of academia, the internal hatred of western values among the intelligentsia radiating out into the rest of society, etc.?Also, I’ve heard people say that Marx was descriptive rather than prescriptive. He thought communism was inevitable but didn’t actually advocate for bringing it about. If that’s true then what was his expectation for the particulars of HOW it would come about; how did he imagine private property could be abolished without despotism and authoritarianism? (Even some members of the proletariat will hold private property and might not want to consent to it’s redistribution).
>And I guess das it mane, a nigga could even say dat Das KapitalOh wow... So this is the power of leftist literature...
Public transportation should be free. Prove me wrong
DUUDE, the value of things is the congealed labour power in them. *hits bong*. There are things that contradict my theory? Just ignore them bro, they aren't real. *collapses from marijuana overdose*
Dude, the value of things is equal to the congealed labour power in them. *hits bong*. Oh, what's that? There are things that are very expensive just because they are rare and people want them? Just ignore them bro, they aren't real.
>dude,like, just be yourself