Readers Hope
Published in

Readers Hope

Socialists Hate Competition

The Marxist utopia wouldn’t fit together with competition

Photo by Arun Anoop on Unsplash

Karl Marx sketched human life with the belief that when humanity has reached its full strength of character, it will resemble a wonderful choir in which we all stand next to one another, wearing roughly the same outfit and harmonizing in such a way that none of us has a distinct voice but merges all voices together into…

--

--

--

Featured stories, writer testimonials, eclectic raw content by readers of Medium

Recommended from Medium

The Surveillance Tendency of Capitalism

Quantum Physics and No Spirituality — Carlo Rovelli and Helgoland

30 Ways To Eat Birthday Cake

Viral choices

on Atheism: Tolerance

The theory of Knowledge: Epistemology of Coexistential Philosophy

knowledge of existence and reality

Can Humans Be Helped?

Introduction to “Pyrrho’s Way: The Ancient Greek Version of Buddhism”

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Emesh HW

Emesh HW

Opera Singer | Law, Investment Economics and Languages | Carnivore

More from Medium

Critical Race Theory?

Is “Deep-Seated Racial Prejudice” a Mental Disorder?

White Privilege Does Exist, You’re Just Deluded.

No Idle Threat: Processing the Trauma of Police Terror