What is revisionism? (not Holocaust related)

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What is revisionism? (not Holocaust related)

Post by Blogbuster » Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:43 pm

LLCO website wrote:Some people falsely think that revisionism is to deviate from an orthodoxy, to “revise” a tradition. This is an incorrect view of what revisionism is in a Marxist context. We should not treat Marxist writers the same way that Medieval Church scholars treated Aristotle. Mao was right when he said we must oppose book worship. We should not quote the classics of Marxism in the same way that Jesuits quote the Bible. Marxism is not a dogma, it is simply revolutionary science. Marxism is simply applying science to the task of total liberation, to the task of reaching communism. Like any science, revolutionary science evolves over time. If any deviation from Marx’s original works were revisionism, then everything published after Marx’s lifetime would be revisionist. This is not the case. So what is revisionism?
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Some might find this article of interest. It is not Holocaust related but more of an out of the box view of global revisionism.
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Re: What is revisionism? (not Holocaust related)

Post by randomforumguy » Wed May 01, 2013 12:18 pm

It can have many meanings and connotations depending on the context it it mentioned in and by whom

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Re: What is revisionism? (not Holocaust related)

Post by Trolljegeren » Sun Sep 02, 2018 1:20 am

I think revisionism is looking at history from a fresh perspective, from the insight of new technologies unencumbered by the prejudices and hates that the old history speaks off. In the past people had to support the history of their nation as a matter of national pride. Revisionism can look at things with new eyes and a fresh approach.

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