What are modern socialist values

The essence of socialism and its main directions

Capitalism and Socialism pp 199-303 | Cite as

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The parties that call themselves socialist have today become the carriers of so many and so varied endeavors that some have already given up on it, indeed declared it impossible at all, to define the conceptual essence of socialism. So writes J. Feig1): ≫There can and must not be a fixed definition of 'socialism' like that of the term 'enterprise'; for socialism is a historical category, subject to changing temporal relationships in its design

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This chapter is part of the Springer Book Archives digitization project with publications that have appeared since the publisher's beginnings in 1842. With this archive, the publisher provides sources for both historical and disciplinary research, which must be viewed in a historical context. This chapter is from a book that was published before 1945 and is therefore not advertised by the publisher in its political-ideological orientation typical of the time.

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  1. Boris Brutzkus, The situation of the Russian workers and peasants. Der deutsche Volkswirt, 4th year 1930, No. 47, pp. 1607/1608. Google Scholar
  2. Carl Landauer, The origin of the crises. The German economist. 5th year 1931 No. 20, p. 637. Google Scholar
  3. Boris Brutzkus, Planned economy and market economy in the Soviet Union. The German economist. Year 1931 No. 32. P. 1073/1074.Google Scholar

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