What Is Left of Socialism

Kolakowski, Leszek
October 2002
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct2002, Issue 126, p42
Focuses on the contribution of philosopher Karl Marx to religion and sociology. Forecast on the decline of capitalist economy; Association of technological development and social conflicts; Dictatorship of the proletariat.


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