Husserl and Stein (Cultural Heritage and Contemporary by Richard Feist, William Sweet

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Despite its limitation to the German language, this was intended to be an international Marxist journal and it attracted contributions from leading Marxists in France, Britain and elsewhere (Haupt, 1986; Institut fur Marxismus-Leninismus, 1986: 86). The Different Levels of Internationalist Activity In understanding classical internationalism it is necessary to distinguish at least between the internationalism of the class, the national organizers and the theorists. Some idea of the range of attitudes between levels within the labour movement can be gained from consideration of European mineworkers.

He argues for a social development from the first type to the third, and for the second form to be increasingly articulated with the third rather than subordinated to the first. The creation of such a labour movement would be a challenge not only to new social movements (that sometimes talk as if no one worked for a living any more), but also to unions that consider that work is only what is done for wages. The answer to the second question is that whilst I could have contrasted labour with ecological or human rights internationalisms, these are 'issue' rather than 'subject' internationalisms, directed to 'life' rather than 'emancipation' issues.

Allowing for a Multiplicity of Contradictions, Subjects, Movements In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries both liberalism and socialism have been simplifying, serializing and reductive, whether in terms of a standardized voting citizen or a class-conscious proletarian. Contemporary globalized capitalism is capable of simultaneous standardization (the 'world car') and of at least consumptive variation ('niche products', 'glocalization', local or ethnic advertising). Progressive forces are learning that it is variety and variation that provides for survival capacity in times of rapid and continuing global change, and that this kind of variety relates not to 'consumer choice' but to human and ecological creativity and adaptability.

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