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Socialismus[1] est theoria oeconomica et civilis quae suadet dominium publicum vel commune et conlectivam? viarum productionis adlocationisque bonorum administrationem.[2][3][4] In oeconomico systemate socialistico, productio a libera operariorum consociatione efficitur ut aestimatio usus ad maximum directe fiat (contra indirectam productionem ab aestimatione permutationis ad maximum facta), per consilium oeconomicum arbitriorum de conlocationibus pecuniae, distributione aestimationis additae, et modo productionis.[5] Socialismus igitur est copia ordinum socialium oeconomicorum in post-monetario calculationis systemate condita, sicut tempus laboris, unitates energiae, vel calculatio in genere.[6]

Ioannes Jaurès socialista Gallicus de socialismo et lingua Latina in sermone Latine habito dixit: "Nec mihi displicet ad res hodiernas Latinum usurpasse sermonem, quando in hoc sermone et ius humanum antiquae philosophiae moralis, expressum sit, et Christiana fraternitas suspiraverit ac cecinerit, et ille Latinus sermo hodie adhuc solus sit omnium populorum universus et communis sermo et sic universali socialismo conveniat. Ita Latinus sermo isti integrali socialismo, quem Benoît Malon descripsit, conformis est, in eo socialismum non quasi exiguam factionem sed quasi ipsam humanitatem, videmus; et sub specie humanitatis et aeternitatis socialismus adspicitur." [7]

Theoria sociale et civile[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Philosophi Marxisti et non-Marxisti consentiunt socialismum se evolvisse contra hodiernum capitalismum industrialem, sed discrepat inter eos de natura socialismi capitalismique coniunctionis. Hoc in contextu,? verbum socialismi adhibitum est ut significaret motum civilem, philosophiam civilem, et opinabilem societatis formam quam hi motus conficere intendunt. Evenit ut in contextu? civili, socialismus spectet ad consilia vel proposita a socialisticis organizationibus et factionibus politicis ad societatem socialisticam conficiendam promota. Exampla sunt motus socialistici a luctationis classium vel concitatione revolutionaria designati, vel motus socialistici cum conlegiis opificum conecti, et cum variis "activismi" socialis formis—quorum exemplorum omnia nullam coniunctionem cum socialismo sicut systema socio-oeconomicum vel modus productionis monstrant.

Marxismus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nota[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Axters, S. (1937). Scholastiek lexicon Latijn-Nederlandsch. Antwerpen: Geloofsverdediging.
  2. Michael Newman, Socialism: A Very Short Introduction, (Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, 2005, ISBN 0-19-280431-6).
  3. "Socialism," Oxford English Dictionary: "1. A theory or policy of social organisation which aims at or advocates the ownership and control of the means of production, capital, land, property, etc., by the community as a whole, and their administration or distribution in the interests of all people. 2. A state of society in which things are held or used in common."
  4. "Socialism," Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary.
  5. Carolus Marx, Das Kapital, Volumen I
  6. "Although money, and so monetary calculation, will disappear in socialism this does not mean that there will no longer be any need to make choices, evaluations and calculations...Wealth will be produced and distributed in its natural form of useful things, of objects that can serve to satisfy some human need or other. Not being produced for sale on a market, items of wealth will not acquire an exchange-value in addition to their use-value. In socialism their value, in the normal non-economic sense of the word, will not be their selling price nor the time needed to produce them but their usefulness. It is for this that they will be appreciated, evaluated, wanted. . . and produced" (Socialism and Calculation).
  7. Vide De primis socialismi Germanici lineamentis apud Lutherum, Kant, Fichte, Hegel. IV Hegel, Marx et Lassalle ex Bibliotheca Augustana

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Leo Trotski (laeva), Vladimirus Lenin, et Lev Kamenev (dextra) apud Alterum Factionis Communisticae Congressum, 1919
Rosa Luxemburg, excellens communista et dux Rebellionis Spartacistae in Germania, 1919

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