If "contradiction" is understood to mean that which gives rise to social antagonism, there will never be a human society without contradiction.  It's not clear to me that Marx ever suggested that such a society could exist, though certainly some of his self-professed followers seem to believe that it can.  If Marx did indeed believe such a society was possible, then he was more deeply utopian than any of the people at whom he hurled the insult of "utopian socialist."


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