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Michael Löwy zu Rosa Luxemburgs „Philosophie der Praxis“

Posted by entdinglichung - 30. Mai 2011

gefunden auf der Webseite des International Viewpoint: The spark ignites in the action – the philosophy of praxis in the thought of Rosa Luxemburg
von Michael Löwy:

„Of course, recognizes Rosa Luxemburg, the class can be mistaken during this combat, but, in the final analysis, “Historically, the errors committed by a truly revolutionary movement are infinitely more fruitful than the infallibility of the cleverest Central Committee”. The self-emancipation of the oppressed implies the self-transformation of the revolutionary class through its practical experience; this, in its turn, produces not only consciousness – a traditional theme of Marxism – but also will: “The international movement of the proletariat toward its complete emancipation is a process peculiar in the following respect. For the first time in the history of civilization, the people are expressing their will consciously and in opposition to all ruling classes. (…).Now the mass can only acquire and strengthen this will in the course of day-to-day struggle against the existing social order – that is, within the limits of capitalist society.”“

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