Historical Materialism

Historical Materialism is possibly the most essential component of Marxist theory. It is, to put it simply, the lens through which Marxists analyze history and the development of human society. Before Marx and Engels, history was seen as a series of random events which were not the guided by any general laws- history was regarded […]

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Marxism For the 21st Century: A Response on The Labor Theory Of Value

Social Democracy for the 21st century is a self proclaimed “realist alternative” to the modern Marxist left. However, contrary to the realism which is promised by the website, upon parsing through some of the articles contained within it, it is clear that all the reader is offered is regurgitations of old bourgeois attacks against Marx […]

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Debunking Ethnic Nationalism

If you’ve spent a lot of time dealing with racists, homophobes, and other variety’s of alt right incel scum, you probably are aware of the shallow nature of these peoples thought and the misguided character of their appeals to science. Nothing, in my opinion, exemplifies this better than their unwavering support for the ethnostate. Diversity […]

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Against “Socialism In One Country”

Internationalism is a fundamental cornerstone of Marxism. However, it is a cornerstone which has been perverted and done away with by many contemporary Marxists- most prominently, Marxist-Leninists and Marxist-Leninist-Maoists. So, what is the principle and why is it fundamental? Why is it to the detriment of the objective goals of the Marxist movement that so […]

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Towards A Dialectical Centralism

Marxism, in simple terms, is the science of the liberation of the proletariat. It then follows naturally that one of the key questions which this field of analysis grapples with is how to do that. At the heart of this question is the need for a revolutionary party. As Italian left communist theorist Amadeo Bordiga […]

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On The Jewish Question

In 1988, Kevin Macdonald released the first in a series of three books, titled “Culture Of Critique”. The book was in a sense the rebranding of old Nazi talking points, supplemented with pseudo scientific analysis and cherry picked historical evidence. The central thesis of the Culture Of Critique is that Jews, as a group, are […]

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Is Casual Sex Immoral?

If you’ve ever spent any time on the internet engaging with fascists, authoritarians, or social conservatives of any kind, you’ve probably heard the term “degeneracy” thrown around a lot. The term degenerate is defined as “having lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities considered normal and desirable; showing evidence of a decline” but is usually […]

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Dialectical Materialism

When I was learning the basics of Marxism, maybe the hardest concept to understand was dialectical materialism. I read several articles and watched many videos but there seems to be a pretty big lack in coherent, complete explanations of dialectical materialism: providing such an explanation will be the purpose of this essay: so, what is […]

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