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Posted by23 hours ago

外围体育投注I know this is a basic question, but I can’t find a reliable answer considering socialism is used to mean a bunch of contradictory things in America.

外围体育投注From what I understand, socialism is the “ownership of the means of production by the workers”. I get how that works if the production is nationalized, but what does that mean for, say, a local bakery.

外围体育投注If I were to start up a bakery in a hypothetical socialist society, how would it be different than in a capitalist one?

Thanks!

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I've recently come across the theories of French syndicalist Georges Sorel, a heterodox Marxist who rejected the scientific rationalism commonly espoused by socialists of his time. I'm interested in his theory on the revolutionary power of the socially constructed myth, something that I believe deserves some analysis in the current post-modern paradigm characterized by the deconstruction of grand narratives. However, I've also noticed that Sorel has gained some following among the far-right, so I'm wondering what socialists/Marxists here think of his theories.

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Posted by3 days ago

I've heard people talk about how horrible neo liberals are. But I've never heard of neoliberalism what is it and why do socialists hate it so much?

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Posted by3 days ago

外围体育投注Specifically: Ancoms, Ancaps, Anarchists, and CapCom Anarchists.

外围体育投注I am interested to see how Socialists see these ideologies, and how they define them.

I would identify with CapCom the most, as I agree with lots of Libertarian ideals, but know that monopolies can cause more damage than a dictatorship.

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Posted by4 days ago

外围体育投注Capitalism is unstable. It theoretically cannot survive for long because sooner or later the working class would rise up and realise there's more of them then there are ceos and America is brought to it's knees by a virus because billionaires won't think and just give people large stimulus cheques leading to an early reopening of the economy and more people getting sick, not being able to work and without people to exploit. Capitalism is basically wiped out.

外围体育投注So when all this is said and done. How the fuck has capitalism lasted so long when it's so easily undone and can and maybe will just completely annihilate itself?

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Posted by6 days ago

Would contractors exist within a socialist society? How would they work?

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