The Resource Marxism and Leninism, not Marxism-Leninism : an essay in the sociology of knowledge, John H. Kautsky

Marxism and Leninism, not Marxism-Leninism : an essay in the sociology of knowledge, John H. Kautsky

Label
Marxism and Leninism, not Marxism-Leninism : an essay in the sociology of knowledge
Title
Marxism and Leninism, not Marxism-Leninism
Title remainder
an essay in the sociology of knowledge
Statement of responsibility
John H. Kautsky
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
335.42/3
Index
index present
LC call number
HX73
LC item number
.K375 1994
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Contributions in political science,
Series volume
no. 335
Label
Marxism and Leninism, not Marxism-Leninism : an essay in the sociology of knowledge, John H. Kautsky
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [129-133) and index
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Contents
  • 1. Introduction: Two Environments - Two Ideologies - One Terminology. Why Bother with Dead Marxism and Leninism? Two Ideologies. Marx and Marxism. One Terminology. Ideology and Words -- 2. The Evolution of Marxism. Socialist Labor Movements. Origins. The Appeal of Marxism. The Social-Democratic Party in the German Empire. Growth and Weakness. Revolution and Marxism. Social Democracy since 1918 -- 3. The Evolution of Leninism. Leninism and Modernizing Intellectuals in Underdeveloped Countries. Lenin Reinterpreted. Revolutionary Modernizing Intellectuals. The Appeal of Leninism. From Proletarian Revolution to Modernizing Revolution. Industrialization. Anti-imperialism. Intellectuals and Workers. Peasants and Peasant Revolution. Marx and Lenin on Bourgeois, Proletarian, and Peasant Revolutions. No Class Struggle in Russia. No Class Struggle in the "East" Leninist Voluntarism and Marxist Determinism. Leninism since Lenin. From Mao to Mengistu. The Blurring of Leninism
  • 4. Marxism in the East, "Leninism" in the West. Marxism in Underdeveloped Countries. Adaptable Leninists, Doctrinaire Marxists. The Mensheviks. "Leninism" in Western Europe. Lenin's Marxist Words as Myths. Lenin's Non-Leninist Followers. The French and Italian Communist Parties: Heirs of Syndicalism. PCF and PCI: From Syndicalism to Disappearance or Social Democracy. Between Marxism and Leninism -- 5. Why Marxism and Leninism Have Been Seen as a Single Ideology. Ideology and Environment. Ideology: Words or Substance? Marxists' Un-Marxian View of Marxism and Leninism. The Uses and Origins of the Confusion. Why Leninists in Underdeveloped Countries and Some Western Marxists Want To Be "Marxists-Leninists" The Beginnings of the Confusion. Eurocentrism. Russia: A European Country. Marxism: A Eurocentric View of History. Ignorance and Indifference. No More Excuse for Eurocentrism
Control code
000010140510
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 141 p.
Isbn
9780313290442
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
93025074
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  • rmr7258191
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