Debirprasad was a pioneer- I would rather put it, the pioneer-in the application of Marxist theory to the problems of Indian philosophy. He had before him another pioneer of Marxist theory in India, D D Kosambi. Kosambi and Chattopadhyaya together made a big change in theoretical thinking.
Marx devoted special attention in the first months of his London exile to the founding of a new Press organ. It was his aim to explain in it what lessons had emerged from the revolution for the future struggle, for the strategy and tactics of the proletariat.
Bhagat Singh is probably the only one from amongst our freedom struggle heroes, who can be celebrated by both-India and Pakistan. It is possible because he stood for a non-sectarian and egalitarian world. He never espoused any divisive idea in his short life.
with the rising international oil prices and huge debts accumulated by governments and banks, there is another financial meltdown looming.
The cropping pattern was made to change through such mechanisms of demand management resulting in a declining nutritional standard for the population.
The Draft reaffirms the socialist character of our political, economic, and social system, as well as the leading role of the Communist Party of Cuba.
Knowledge is a public good not only in terms of the economic benefit but also in terms of the moral sense. Scientific knowledge is not only a public good, which has the characteristics of non-rivalrous and non-exclusionary nature, but it is also an inexhaustible resource.
There are several basic misconceptions that have been associated with the concept of primitive accumulation of capital. Let me discuss some of these. The first misconception is to confine it to the pre-history of capitalism.
The Communist project of building working class unities through social engineering can only be based on building an inclusive agenda of universal rights for the working classes which is sensitive to discrimination and oppression faced by historically oppressed social groups.
The systemic crisis of global capitalism that manifested a decade ago in the global financial meltdown of 2008 continues with no signs of any meaningful recovery. This crisis is intensifying further the levels of exploitation of the vast majority of the world’s people. Every response of global capitalism to overcome the crisis has laid the seeds of a new deeper crisis. Neo-liberalism’s essential thrust is profit maximization, the raison d’etre of capitalism.