Transition to Socialism in Eastern Europe

Authors

  • Otto Nathan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-001-01-1949-05_6

Keywords:

Marxism

Abstract

Among the many great contributions of Karl Marx to human knowledge in general and to the understanding of social relations in particular, perhaps none has proved more fertile than his conception of the fluidity of economic and social institutions. The grandeur of Marx's theory of historical development is matched only by its extreme simplicity. Just as nature itself is always changing, just as biological evolution never stops, just as man himself incessantly, although imperceptibly, changes, so too does the organization which man has built for the production of his daily necessities constantly change.

Published

1949-05-06

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