Amadeo Bordiga: Revolutionärer Marxismus und „Invarianz“. Anmerkungen zu Christian Riechers‘ Verteidigung Bordigas gegen dessen Schüler Jacques Camatte

The author gives an introduction to Amadeo Bordiga and the political current formed within Marxism by adherents of his thought. He focuses on the anti-stalinist, anti-liberal and highly theoretical nature of Bordiga’s thinking intent on re-stablishing the invariant features of Marx’ revolutionary theory. Likewise he discusses Jacques Camatte’s critique thereof and shows the limits of his  understanding of Bordiga in the light of Camatte’s own writings. While Bordiga clearly focused on Marx’ critique of political economy, Klopotek shows the limits of Bordiga’s approach in the latter’s insistence on a Jacobite model of the communist party.
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