Lenin and the Conditions for Socialist Transition
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The organic crisis of capital carries ever greater risks of degenerating social human life into some form of highly destructive technological barbarism. But the advances of science and technology posit the question of socialist transition, that is, of the historical process of overcoming capitalism and of capital itself. A century after the Russian revolution, the material conditions for transition are much more present in the world, even if cultural and spiritual conditions are lacking. The analysis of the reasons why the socialist transition did not even begin in Lenin's time can be of great importance for this reflection and once again gain decisive importance for the future of humanity.