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chandnashaha88
Apr 09, 2022
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For him, socialism was a cause and not a mere partisan affiliation. When he spoke of "democratic socialism" he was not referring, in an exclusive way, to a group of political organizations, but to a spirit and a belief that he summoned, not only in mobile phone number list those organizations, but beyond them. Even if he had his own commitments – and his own contempt for him, which were not few – he was willing to use the appellation “socialist” broadly. And in his essay he stated: I suggest that the true goal of socialism mobile phone number list is not happiness. Until now, happiness has been a spin-off effect, and for all we know, it may always be. The true goal of socialism is human brotherhood. That is the general feeling, although it is not used to saying it, or it is not said loud enough. Men give their lives to harrowing political struggles, or are killed in civil wars, or tortured in secret Gestapo prisons, not in order to install a paradise with central mobile phone number list heating, air conditioning and fluorescent lighting, but because they want a world in which human beings love each other instead of cheating and killing each other.1 Perhaps Orwell's thought was utopian or even mobile phone number list contained high doses of naivety. But socialism, as he presented it - an ethical drive towards equality and a condemnation of capitalism as a form of greed and radical individualism - could not be anything else. Although he did not always define it in the same way – particularly in essays such as The Road to Wigan Pier , his concepts of socialism were much more variable – Orwell took socialism not only as an idea force in projection and change, but also as a broad tradition. : Socialism was a project, a culture and a political-intellectual tradition.
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