Saturday, December 22, 2018

Psychological Perspectives on Fascism

Democracy and Class Struggle agrees with many of the 1933/1934 writings on Fascism and Class Consciousness of Wilhelm Reich but we strongly disagree with his post 1947 writings.

For a critique of Freud and Bourgeois Psychology from a revolutionary communist perspective visit :

A Scientific Psychology is still a revolutionary requirement in line with thought of Lev Vygotsky and Christopher Caudwell and comrades should study and master this field of social studies.

Political Psychology is as important as Political Economy and Comrade Mao understood that and his writings illustrate it and show us the way forward.

Psychology and Marxism

“Psychology is in need of its own Das Kapital – its own concepts of class, basis, value etc. - in which it might express, describe, and study its object”. Lev Vygotsky, The Historical Meaning of the Crisis in Psychology.


Anonymous said...

can you give some examples of scientific psychology?
do you mean Wilhelm Reich and Jacques Lacan?

nickglais said...

A Good Place to begin

Scientific Psychology is still in its infancy and there is much work to be done along lines indicated by Christopher Caudwell