Taking Socialism Seriously raises essential questions about what socialism is and how socialists can reach it by addressing a long list of potential quandaries. The contributions compiled by Anatole Anton and Richard Schmitt describe how socialism differs from a reformed and more humane form of capitalism. Various chapters discuss suitable forms of love and family in a socialist society and economic arrangements within a socialist system. They also break important new paths by calling for significant social change, examining detailed questions that have previously been neglected and setting a new direction for radical theorists. Critics are often convinced that there is no alternative and therefore are content to reform capitalism. This book affirms that another world is possible.Socialism, . Post-Capitalism, . and. the. Division. of. Labor. Anatole Anton Thesis X : the standpoint of the old ... of labor as misguided and who suggest that Marx did not take this idea seriously, but I will assume 85 Chapter Five: Socialism, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Taking Socialism Seriously|
|Author||:||Richard Schmitt, Anatole Anton|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2012-03-22|