"Sources," "Component Parts": Lenin's Rhetoric of Enlightenment

Science and Society 59 (3):384 - 401 (1995)
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Abstract

Lenin's short essay, "Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism," has a wide popular readership and reputation, but is relatively neglected by commentators. Lenin's writing effects a rhetoric of enlightenment, presenting Marxism as an integral and comprehensive doctrine. A close analysis uncovers the metaphorics of Lenin's presentation of Marxism. Competing conceptions of enlightenment underpin what Lenin identifies as the "three component parts" of Marxism.

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