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Marx, K. and Engels, F. (1848) Manifesto of the Communist Party. In: Marx, K. and Engels, F., Eds., Collected Works, Vol. 6, Lawrence and Wishart, London.

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  • TITLE: On Dialectics and the Basic Contradiction in Capitalism

    AUTHORS: Bruno Jossa

    KEYWORDS: Dialectics, Market Socialism, Capitalistic Contradictions

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Access Library Journal, Vol.4 No.7, July 14, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The contradiction which is classified as the severest one in most Marxist analyses of society is the plan-market opposition. From this, it follows that the social order that will rise from the ashes of capitalism upon the solution of this contradiction must be a centrally planned and, hence, non-market system. The author emphasizes that, instead, the existence of a different contradiction whose solution is compatible with the assumption that the newly emerging production mode, i.e. socialism, will still be a market economy. In the conclusion, the author mentions a seldom-quoted article that Lenin wrote after his experiments with wartime communism and the Nep and in which he spelt out that “cooperation is socialism”.