October and the Theory of Communist Revolution: Social Creativity, Culture and Violenceстатья

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[1] Buzgalin A. October and the theory of communist revolution: Social creativity, culture and violence // International Critical Thought. — 2017. — Vol. 7, no. 3. — P. 327–344. ABSTRACT: October 1917 changed the world. The twentieth century became the epoch of socialist revolutions and, as the consequence of their victories and defeats (the paradox!), of the radical social reforms. The epoch of non-linear transformations of capitalism towards socialism and, broader, of the “realm of necessity” towards the “realm of freedom” started. And this is a challenge for all of us: for those who are creating socialist practices, and those who are thinking about socialist theory. This article is devoted to the last challenge and it deals with the most difficult problems of the theory of revolution in general and communist revolution in particular: the dialectic of social creativity and violence, destruction and creation, of political, economic, social changes on one hand; and the rebirth of culture — on another; interrelation of conformists and revolutionaries, and so on. KEYWORDS: Revolution, communism, social creativity, alienation, culture. [ DOI ]

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