Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Politics without party

[Even more significant is the political expression the Freudo-Marxist experiment took with these representative figures. Fromm rejected the working class and became a petty-bourgeois liberal. Marcuse rejected the working class and became an advocate of "third-world" guerrillaism and terrorism. Zizek rejects the working class and occasionally echoes the views of the post-Maoist French philosopher Alain Badiou, who espouses the empty concept of "politics without party." All of them reject Lenin's conception of the revolutionary party, the leader of the socialist movement and political training center of the international working class. Adam Haig responds to Alex Steiner’s burst of outrage 6 January 2009]

It appears that Peter Heehs clones are everywhere. [TNM]

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