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 No.2871983

Hay /leftypol/ i made this pamphlet and was hoping i could get some constructive criticism on this.

The TL;DR

>We are on borrowed time and it is useless to fight each other when it has not made communism stronger, but weaker as a whole.

>There is some good one can glean from another comrade's ideology.

>The only way we will escape this hell world of capitalism is a hegelian dialectics approach to each other's ideology and a non-sectarian move towards understanding other comrades's ideas and them your's.

 No.2871985

Looks good to me, where will you post it?


 No.2871989

>>2871985

I'm just seeing what people think of it for now, but will take any recommendations to where the post it.


 No.2872030

>re-embrace hegel

fuck off


 No.2872039

>>2872030

Is there something wrong with hegel's dialectics?


 No.2872072

>>2872039

It's my understanding that Hegel's dialectics and Marx's dialectics are actually different. Hegel doesn't have the same thesis-antithesis-synthesis structure, but instead the thesis and antithesis form opposite poles of a dialect, and the dialect is all the ways these two relate to each other. "Synthesis" is never a product of this dialect. That was something Marx introduced.


 No.2872229

>>2872072

>Hegel's dialectics and Marx's dialectics are actually different

That's the point. Hegel's dialectic is not replacing marx's in this instance but rather to be used when two different Tendencies of the same ideology have been right and wrong about things in history.

An example from the text:You can explain why the USSR failed with trotskyist ideas of bureaucracy with Mikhail Gorbachev using the Soviet bureaucracy to go against the people and dissolve the Soviet Union when most of the people did not want to dissolve it in the first place showing that trotskyists were right that the Soviet Union was a dictatorship of the bureaucracy, not of the proletariat. And in exchange you can show the failure of revolutions in the rest of Europe such as in Germany, spain and hungary as examples of stalin and MLs being right about needing a strong socialist state to combat the capitalist states.

It is not purely a Hegelian dialectic but bases a lot of it's ideas on the basic structure of it.


 No.2872257

>>2871983

I'm not sure if you're an ESL comrade, but I see a lot of grammar and spelling mistakes, so you'll want to find someone to edit and proofread it. I could probably do it if no one else is able.


 No.2872264

File: e9f02eb029002f8⋯.png (104 KB, 600x600, 1:1, alunya thumbs up.png)

>>2871983

There are some decent parts but too many run-on sentences and over-explained parts. You have to strike it simple and hard and provide some sort of citated source for an elaboration on the matter that way people reading the pamphlet will get the basic idea AND will have sources for further reading if they have doubts about what is said.

However this is a good effort, one that you should continue.


 No.2872280

>>2872257

>>2872264

Many thanks, As i type this i am working on fixing errors and putting my sources in.

A revised version of this will be posted later this afternoon.


 No.2872290

File: d9c84fbfdf1a53b⋯.jpg (48.63 KB, 613x771, 613:771, 1530543469997.jpg)

a-a-a-a-aaaactualy


 No.2872328

>>2871983

>20th century communism failed, while it had it goods and bads

Needs a comma right after "bads" I feel.

>This does not however show that communism is a failed dream but rather like the fall of ancient democracy in rome and in greece shows us, in modern times, that communism is not fully developed and that we, like many of the Republicans of the 18th century, must answer the contradictions that lead to the fall in order to create a communism that can win in the 21st century.

This does not show that communism is a failed dream, but rather like the fall of ancient democracy in Rome and in Greece, it shows us that communism was not fully developed and that we, like the Republicans of the 18th century, must answer the contradictions that lead to the fall in order to create a communism that can win in the 21st century.

>Britain

>and with little to no relevance

>British

>the one I can find

>others do due to

>post-soviet years

>This is key the key problem we as communists

>we are on borrowed time do due to

>process where thesis

>take form from it the good

>many of the problems

>why the USSR failed

>people did not want to dissolve it in the first place

>Europe

>Spain

>Hungary

>Stalin

>petty infighting


 No.2872345

>pamphlet

who the fuck do you plan on handing these out to?

who the fuck do you plan to gain the attention of with a title of "The Need For A Re-Embrace Of Hegelian Dialectic In Communist Thought"

Scrap the whole fucking thing and get a grasp of the people around you you absolute autistic cunt


 No.2872355

>>2872345

What do you think of the alternative title "The Need For Communists To Stop Being Shits To Each Other"?


 No.2872356

>>2872355

Not him but that kinda sounds good. But I agree that having a divided left is of no good to any of us.


 No.2872395

File: 001d03d17af83f3⋯.jpg (187.72 KB, 900x601, 900:601, bulletin board.jpg)

>>2871989

Bulletin boards at local library, uni, or coffee shops.


 No.2872446

>>2872395

>95% of people don't actually know what communism is among other things

>posting your little fedora essay about the need to re-mbrace the hegelian dialectic in communist thought to coffee shop bulletin boards




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