1920s >> 1929 >> no-297-may-1929

Answers to correspondents

C. McLean (Burnley).
Neither Marx nor Engels dealt in detail with the mental process. Dietzgen deals with the thinking process in his works, but not specifically with the “slowness” of the worker’s mind to grasp the necessity of Social Revolution.
This is a matter dealt with often in the Socialist Standard.
J. Blundell (Burton).
Soddy’s Cartesian Economics may be cartesian, but it is not economics. The professor may know physics, but he is certainly unacquainted with Economic Science. We will try and review his pamphlet shortly.