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In my reading about socialist thinkers past and present, I keep coming across mention of abstract philosophical ideas that seem not to have anything to do with socialism. For example, there's Marx and Lenin talking about 'dialectic', and I'm just now
This a curious situation in wich the japanese government will place fines against companies who have overweight employees, because of healthcare bills:
What does the RSF think of the political doctrine of Guild-Socialism (propagated by thinkers like J. Hobson and W. Sombart)?
I'd like to use this thread as a catalogue of all of the times in history when socialist practices succeeded, both past and present, so that we can draw inspiration (and evidence for debate) from the past and look to getting in contact with the more
I am a convert to National Bolshevism/National Communism from National Socialism. At no point did I identify as a fascist, however I recognise that fascism has quite a lot in common with Nazbolism and the old Yellow Socialism and NS, but I have seen so
I caught the end of Stossel today and he blipped over this comment that the first two years which saw the near demise of the pilgrims was because they had the communistic idea, whatever that phrase is.. "from each his work, to each his portion"