However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo.
The Marxist—Leninist state is a one-party state wherein the communist party is the political vanguard who guides the proletariat and the working classes in establishing the social, economic and cultural foundations of a socialist statea stage of historical development enroute to a communist society.
That emancipation from poverty material necessity would maximise individual liberty by enabling men and women to pursue their interests and innate talents artisticintellectual and so on whilst working by choice without the economic coercion of poverty.
In the communist society of upper-stage economic development, the elimination of alienating labour mechanistic work depends upon technological advances that improve the means of production and distribution.
Likewise, the farmer populations worked the system of collective farms to grow food to feed the industrial workers in the industrialised cities. Hence, the Marxist—Leninist society of Russia in the s featured austere equality based upon asceticismegalitarianism and self-sacrifice —yet the Bolshevik Party recognised human nature and semi-officially allowed some consumerism limited, small-scale capitalism to stimulate the economy of Russia.
In order to produce more, it is necessary to know more", To develop a communist society, the state provides for the national welfare with universal healthcarefree public education and the social benefits necessary to increase the productivity of the workers.
The educational system imparts the social norms for a self-disciplined and self-fulfilling way of life, by which the citizens establish the social order necessary for realizing a communist society. Parting from and developing the philosophical bases of Marxism— i that human history is the history of class struggle between a ruling class and an exploited class; ii that capitalism creates antagonistic social classes: Therefore, colonial imperialism is the inevitable consequence in the course of economic relations among countries when the domestic price-fixing of monopoly capitalism has voided profitable competition in the capitalist homeland.
As such, the ideology of New Imperialism —rationalised as a civilising mission —allowed the exportation of high-profit investment capital to undeveloped countries with uneducated, native populations sources of cheap labourplentiful raw materials for exploitation factors for manufacture and a colonial market to consume the surplus productionwhich the capitalist homeland cannot consume; the example is the European Scramble for Africa —which like every imperial venture was safeguarded by the national military.
World War I — resulted from such geopolitical conflicts among the empires of Europe over colonial spheres of influence. In practice, the formalities of the State Dumathe political plurality of a multi-party system of elections; and the Russian Constitution ofwere piecemeal social concessions that favoured only the aristocracythe gentry and the bourgeoisie —but they did not resolve the malnutritionilliteracy and poverty of the proletarian majority of Russia.Leninism is a form of Marxism, as formulated by Vladimir Lenin.
It advocates for the use of a vanguard party  to establish a “workers’ state” which will (in theory) establish the conditions for socialism, at which point the state will (again, in theory) dissolve itself to create a perfect communist society.
Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich () - one of the leaders of the Bolshevik party since its formation in Led the Soviets to power in October, Elected to the head of the Soviet government until , when he retired due to ill health/5(17). As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from timberdesignmag.com This is part of a popular hypertext guide to semiotics by Daniel Chandler at Aberystwyth University.
In Marxist theory, capitalist society consists of two parts: the base (or substructure) and timberdesignmag.com base comprises the forces and relations of production (e.g. employer–employee work conditions, the technical division of labour, and property relations) into which people enter to produce the necessities and amenities of timberdesignmag.com base determines society's other relationships and.
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin The Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism. Published: Prosveshcheniye No 3., March Signed: V. I.. he enriched it with the achievements of German classical philosophy, especially of Hegel’s system, which in its turn had led to the materialism of Feuerbach.