: EUROCOMUNISMO Y ESTADO: Barcelona, Edit. Crítica, ,8º , págs. POLITICA. ‘Eurocomunismo’ y Estado: El ‘eurocomunismo’ como modelo revolucionario idóneo en los países capitalistas desarrollados. Santiago Carrillo · Studies in. Title: Eurocomunismo y Estado Publisher: Editorial Critica ISBN: Author: Santiago Carrillo Title: Eurocomunismo y Socialismo Publisher: Siglo.

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Related Content Load related web page information. More generally, from the point of view of most revolutionary left-wing movements Eurocommunism simply meant an abandonment of basic communist principles, such as the call for a proletarian revolutionwhich eventually led many Eurocommunists to abandon communism or even socialism altogether by giving up their commitment to overthrow capitalism.

From 25 December to 1 Januarythe Library’s Reading Rooms will be closed and no collection requests will be filled. Current Issue Winter Continental Philosophy categorize this paper. Advanced search Search history. It was especially prominent in Italy, Spain and France. Siglo XXI Eurocomunismo y Estado Publisher: Eurocommunism was a revisionist trend in the s and s within various Western European communist parties.

Monthly downloads Sorry, there are not enough data points to plot this chart. Sign in to use this feature. Eurocommunism was in many ways only a staging ground for changes in the political structure of the European left. Can I get a copy? Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional.

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Santiago Carrillo, “Eurocomunismo y Estado”; Fernando Claudin, “Eurocomunismo y Socialismo”

J Fernandez Cepedal – – El Basilisco 8: Abstract Eurocommunism is a phenomenon which goes beyond the theoretical and political debate, to enter into the field of international relations. Carlos Etayo – – Studies in Soviet Thought 27 1: According to this vision, the Eurocommunists of the Italian and French communist parties are considered to be nationalist movements, who together with the Soviet Union abandoned internationalism.


With war less likely, Western communists were under less pressure to follow Soviet orthodoxy yet also wanted to engage with a rise in western proletarian militancy such as Italy’s Hot Autumn and Britain’s shop steward’s movement.

Bonanate – – Scientia 72 Eurocomunismo y Socialismo Publisher: He also stated that the Soviet Union’s refusal to estadk Palmiro Togliatti ‘s theory of polycentrism encouraged the various pro-Soviet communist parties to moderate their views in order to join estasowhich in turn forced them to abandon Marxism—Leninism as their leading ideology.

However, Eurocommunism did not go as far as the Anglosphere-centred New Left movement, which had originally borrowed from the French nouvelle gauchebut in the course of the events went past their academic theorists, largely abandoning Marxist historical materialismclass struggle and its traditional institutions such as communist parties. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Under these conditions, it will be useful to clarify and review Carrillo’s opinions as well as those of Claudin, the well-known author of The Crisis of the Communist Movement who belonged to the Spanish Communist Party until estaxo early sixties eurocomunimso he was expelled by Carrillo for holding positions very close to the present Spanish communist strategy.

Outside Western Europe, it is sometimes referred to as “neocommunism”. The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon. Can I borrow this item? Critics thus argue that Eurocommunism does not have a well-defined identity and cannot be regarded as a separate movement in its own right.

Marxist philosophy Marxian economics Historical materialism Esrado materialism Surplus value Communist society From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs Class struggle Dictatorship of the proletariat Classless society Collective leadership Common ownership Class consciousness Gift economy Commune Workers’ self-management Proletarian internationalism World revolution. The breakup of the Soviet Union eurocmunismo the end of the Cold War put practically all leftist eurocomunidmo in Europe on the defensive and made neoliberal reforms the order of the day.


Views Read Edit View history. User Name Password Sign In. How the Prague Spring broke world communism’s main spring”. Find it on Scholar. From an anti-revisionist point of view, Enver Hoxha in Eurocommunism is Anti-Communism [11] argues that Eurocommunism is the result of Nikita Khrushchev ‘s policy of peaceful coexistence.

Eurocomunismo y Estado

You estadk view this on the NLA website. Critical Theory of the Contemporary 33 The Communist Party of Finland changed its leadership already in with leadership post eatado from the Stalinist Aimo Aaltonenwho had even a picture of Berija in his office, to a “revisionist”, quite popular Trade Union man, Aarne Saarinen.

Inwith a strong Eurocommunist majority the PCFI hard-line organizations were massively expelled from the already weakened party. The usually very pro-Soviet Communist Party of Ireland initially condemned the invasion, but later changed their stance, resulting in the short-lived Eurocommunist split the Irish Marxist Society.

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