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scientific socialism

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Marxist socialism. Compare utopian socialism
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But this was exactly what Marx claimed in developing his "scientific socialism." He imagined that history moves in a scientifically evident pattern, which left no room for minority rights.
And finally, the military regime had to interfere in religious practices to successfully implement scientific socialism. Concurrently, new religious ideologies were imported to the country - mainly from Egypt and Saudi Arabia and led by clerics that had received their religious educations there.
In a typical Marxist temperament, Nkrumah identifies with "scientific socialism." Though he makes little or no efforts to specify what "scientific socialism" means in his own context, he thinks his ideas could best be described as such.
He believed in the implementation of scientific socialism whereas Kausar Niazi argued in favour of Islamic socialism.
The CPC leadership is not only a basic guarantee for China to secure success in all the revolution, construction and reform fronts, but also a fundamental political principle for scientific socialism, professor Zhu Lingjun with Party School of the Central Committee of CPC said.
Speculating about utopia can only distort and divert what is often referred to, borrowing Engels's phrase, as 'scientific socialism'.
As early as 1962, an enterprising FBI agent created a self-styled Ad Hoc Committee for Scientific Socialism as a supposedly Maoist rump faction within the CPUSA.
(225) Charles Fourier would be proud: no wonder Marx yearned for scientific socialism. Nell could just as easily suggest that, "if the universe operated on entirely different principles than it does, and if everything we have learned about human decision making and institutions were false, this could result in the collapse of much of "public choice" economics and of Austrian analysis." In addition, as far as Mises's theory is concerned, Nell's claim is inaccurate.
The ideological feuds between the Bevanites and the Gaitskellites could, Wilson hoped, be united behind his argument for scientific socialism. This was an implicit intention, given the speech was focused firmly on the future, but clearly Wilson was crying out for unity behind a specific vision of change.
But even if these events did not undermine the CPI-M's belief in the veracity of "scientific socialism", they shook the faith of a large body of its supporters in India.

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