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Presentation of the book The Revolution of the "Others", Antonio Fernández Ortiz -Sergei Kará-Murzá (M-15) (14/01/2019)

Should the Soviet revolution have passed through a capitalist phase before entering fully into the socialist system?

'The revolution of the "others".

The imperialism, October, the Bolsheviks and the Soviet ethics', by the authors Antonio Fernández Ortiz and Serguei Kará-Murzá will be presented this Tuesday 15 at 7.30 pm at the Atalaya Club.

The "others" were, in Russia, protagonists of a world anti-capitalist revolution that, contrary to what Marx predicted, did not attempt to develop capitalism previously.

A revolution resulting from the class consciousness of the peasantry and its protagonism as a revolutionary class.

The incorporation, first to the project and later to the Soviet system, of the peasantry as a revolutionary subject and of the universalist values ​​of the Russian national consciousness gave rise to that world revolution of the "others", of those who had not gone through the industrial revolution, neither by the scientific revolution nor by the Enlightenment;

an anti-capitalist revolution that avoids the passage through capitalism in a project, probably not conscious, aimed at creating a communist civilization.

The authors

Antonio Fernández Ortiz (Cieza, Murcia).

Historian.

Specialist in the USSR and Russia.

He has published articles in Russian and Spanish magazines.

Co-author of Kommunizm, evrokommunizm, sovetskii stroi (ITRK, Moscow, 2000).

Author of the books also published in this house Chechnya versus Russia: chaos as a technology of the counterrevolution (2003), Go and fight!

Stalin through his close circle (2012), The left in the era of confusion.

Culture, unity, solidarity (2015) and October against Capital (2016).

He has also made translations into Spanish of Russian authors and texts, including: The White Book of Russia.

The neoliberal reforms (1991-2004) (El Viejo Topo, 2007).

In the field of narrative he is the author of several short stories and short stories and the novel Memories of Espartania (Montesinos, 2008), which has been translated into Russian with the title ???????

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(Jroniki Espartanii, Kaleidoskop sudeb) and published in Russia in 2016 (Nauchnaia Biblioteka, Moskva).

He is closely linked to Russia since 1992. After finishing his studies at the University of Murcia, he received a scholarship to study and stay at a research center of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

He lives in Moscow, although he continues to maintain a permanent link with Spain and his native Cieza.

Serguei Kará-Murzá (Moscow, 1939).

Since 1986 he was Professor of the History of Science.

Between 1961 and 1968 he worked as a researcher at the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry (Academy of Sciences of the USSR).

Between 1968 and 1990 he was Researcher and Director of the Department of Systemic Analysis of Science.

Later he was appointed Deputy Director of the Institute of History of Science and Technology.

Later, between 1990 and 2007, he was Principal Investigator, Area Director of the Socio-Economic and Scientific-Technical Development Analysis Center (Academy of Sciences of the USSR).

Later this center was transformed into the Research Institute in Economics, Politics and Law in Science and Technology (Ministry of Technology and Science).

Since 2007 he is a researcher at the Institute of Social and Political Research and Professor at the Moscow State University (Faculty of Politics).

His contribution was fundamental for the publication of The White Book of Russia.

Neoliberal reforms (1991-2004), a capital text to understand the repercussions of the Russian transition from socialism to capitalism.

Source: Club Atalaya-Ateneo de la Villa

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