Marx's XI Thesis on
Feuerbach is Not Explicit Enough.
Philosophers have only interpreted the world in different ways.
What is crucial, however, is to change it."
(Theses on Feuerbach by Karl Marx,
translated by Carl Manchester: en.wikisource.org/wiki/Theses_on_Feuerbach
The world should be
changed; but to what should it be changed? If we don't know
what the world should be changed to, we'll continue to
change it in the same way we have been doing since times
immemorial, and the world will continue to be changed according to
the short-sighted visions of those who happen to be at the helm at
the whichever time at what-so-ever place.
I think that Marx's XI thesis on Feuerbach is not explicit
enough--Marx should have explained what he thought the world should
be changed to. We try to change the world to our liking with most
of our actions, but so far the results have been a transformation
of the world from bad to worse, on the whole.
A meaningful change is being desired; Any odd change will not do!
In order to change the world in a truly meaningful way, we, all who
share this world, have to come to an agreement about what the
desired world should look like; We have to re-design the world
first--then we can change it meaningfully.
Thank you, Mr. Jan Hearthstone "Designing the Earth Anew Together" -