Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Marxism is a science of comprehending and changing the world, consisting of sets of empirically verifiable/provable theorems and historically vindicated laws of the social dynamics, not of philosophically abstracted dogmas. "In practice man must prove the truth" and not attribute to some God or Hegel or Marx. For Marx and Marxism, there cannot be any final knowledge; Knowledge is continuously evolving process, there is no climax or the highest summit of knowledge from which we look down the slopes we have climbed. The process of the knowledge did not stop with Vedas/Buddha/Plato/Hegel or Marx. To be Marxist is to be critical -- self-critical to be precise. to be a Marxist is to resolve the contradiction of praxis.