Socialist Philosophy of Che Guevara and Its Implication for the Development of Marxism

Inyikalum Daniel B., Thomas Motuboma


This paper seeks to investigate the Socialist Philosophy of Che Guevara and its implication for the Development of Marxism. The study believes that the economic problems of the transition to socialism are inseparable from the nature of each political system. The Cuban case under Che Guevara was in contradiction with a conception of the plan as an economic decision by the masses, conscious of the plan as an economic decision by the masses, conscious of the people’s interests, we are offered  a placebo, in which only the economic factors determine the collective fate. This is a mechanistic, non-Marxisttechnique. The masses must be able to direct their fate, to decide which share of production will be assigned respectively to accumulation and consumption. Economic technique in Che-Guevara ideology mustoperate within the limits of this information and the consciousness of the masses must ensure itsimplementation.

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