Marxism Refutes Marxism

Marxism asserts that human history unfolds according to iron laws, which alone determine the future and which human ideas or actions cannot alter. Ironically, however, Marxism, a human idea, has profoundly influenced the unfolding of history, and in ways that Marx’s historical laws did not predict. Marxism thereby, as a historical phenomenon, refutes Marxism as a theory of deterministic historical laws that cannot be altered by human ideas.

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