En 2015, Timo Schmitz a créé le nouveau communisme constructiviste, une idée philosophique, qui concerne la réflexion sur la société et ses valeurs. Finalement, un résumé bref sur sa philosophie est accessible en français.
After the nature of God was pointed out in Part 2, man’s position in the world has to be debated now as well as the social relations to others. I suggest, an anarchocommunism in which the economy shall be regulated through communism, but man shall regulate himself. This societal system is then projected on man himself: man chooses his friends through what they have in common (equal status), why does this equal status is not put on the whole socciety through compassionate behavior?
What is God? Where can we find him? Is he really almighty or limited in power? (If so, who limits him?) Is he aware of his creation or acting without any awareness of his creation?
In 2015, Timo Schmitz published his own philosophy: the New Constructivist Communism. In this small article, the political core idea is introduced in short and it is pointed out why actually his Communism is not a real political idea at all, but rather an outlook on humanity.
In this paper, I want to give a very quick introduction in my philosphy – the New Constructivist Communism, which was publisehd in my series “Individualism between Moral and Virtues, Government and Religion” from 2015 to 2016. In addition, several new ideas and minor corrections were proposed in 2017.
Nations traditionally tend to expand and building empires is seen as might. However, this concept is condemned to fail and instead, we have to go back to the people on the ground. In 2015, I proclaimed the New Constructivist Communism and its three levels. In this article, I want to show why the New Constructivist Communism is a true alternative and how it affects the class struggle.
This is Part 20 of my philosophical series “Individualism between Moral and Virtues, Government and Religion”.
The term Constructivism has many meanings in different contexts. As I often use the term in my philosophy, I want to give a deeper inside in the range of meanings and clarify how I use the term within my philosophy.