The Constructive Manifesto

TitleThe Constructive Manifesto
Year for Search1983
AuthorsCernuschi, Alberto
Date Published1983
PublisherPhilosophical Library
Place PublishedNew York
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The preface suggests that this is a eutopia, but most of the text is a critique of Karl Marx. The final chapter (87-103) outlines elements of the intended eutopia. It suggests the needed for an attitudinal change, and specifies the need for an enforceable international law, help for minorities, an experimental approach to change, and shifting money from armaments to constructive uses. Women must have the right to control their own bodies.

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1983 Cernuschi, Alberto. The Constructive Manifesto. New York: Philosophical Library. MoU-St

The preface suggests that this is a eutopia, but most of the text is a critique of Karl Marx. The final chapter (87-103) outlines elements of the intended eutopia. It suggests the needed for an attitudinal change, and specifies the need for an enforceable international law, help for minorities, an experimental approach to change, and shifting money from armaments to constructive uses. Women must have the right to control their own bodies.