Re: [OPE] Alan Woods - “Reformismo o revolución"

From: Alejandro Agafonow <>
Date: Tue Mar 24 2009 - 03:40:05 EDT

Well, Jerry, though Nove died on May 1994, I think that he never read 1) “Labour Value and Socialist Economic Calculation” (1989) or 2) Towards a New Socialism (1993). Nove used the term feasible in a general sense. It’s just that the only kind of socialism feasible at the time of publication of Nove’s book was market socialism.   Regards,A. Agafonow ________________________________ De: GERALD LEVY <> Para: Outline on Political Economy mailing list <> Enviado: lunes, 23 de marzo, 2009 20:57:24 Asunto: RE: [OPE] Alan Woods - “Reformismo o revolución" > It seems to be a comprehensive reply to Heinz Dieterich > and accuses him of reformism. I can’t imagine a more radical, > but at the same time feasible, alternative than the > Cottrell-Dieterich-Cockshott model. Alejandro: I guess Woods CAN imagine what you can't. Dieterich has received a lot of criticism on the Left in Venezuela. In any event, determining what is a "feasible" alternative depends on what you mean by "feasible socialism". Are you using it in the same sense as Alec Nove used it or in some other sense? In solidarity, Jerry_______________________________________________ ope mailing list

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