Systems of Stratification:‭ ‬Gender in Capitalist Society

The capitalist system, by its very construction, requires systems of stratification to perpetuate itself. These systems serve many functions, but chief among them is as a means of dividing workers against one another. To distract and befuddle the endeavors of… Read More ›

Philosophy as a Science

Philosophy is one of the oldest sciences. Many philosophical systems have been developed by the most diverse social classes and groups in different historical conditions and countries. In order to find our bearings in this multitude of philosophical systems, ascertain… Read More ›

The Nation

The disunity characteristic of feudal society disappears in the course of capitalist development and a single national market is formed as a result of which nationalities turn into nations. “Nations,” wrote Lenin, “are an inevitable product, an inevitable form, in… Read More ›