Marx’s was a philosophy of freedom and emancipation, but he was hardly appreciative of human rights and we can’t just ignore his references to proletarian dictatorship. Would it be fair to regard Stalinism – ideology and practice – as one of the possible legitimate outcomes of Marx’s philosophical musings? If ideologies tend to adapt to condition and ambition, to what extent do they contribute to shaping ambitions?
|Date||21 September 2018|
Dr. Erik van Ree, Assistant Professor of East European Studies at the University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam University College
Science Park 113, 1098XG Amsterdam
|Convenor:||Dr. Maxim Kupovykh|