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Dodge 1966; see Chapter 4). In his epoch-making The Psychology of Socialism, which appeared in its German original in 1926, de Man asserted, for example—anticipating Bahro by more than half a century—that socialism, in its historical origins, was less a doctrine of than for the proletariat, elaborated by bourgeois intellectuals whose socialist sentiments should principally be accounted for in terms of a psychological analysis of intellectual motives, rather than of economic class interests. In order to preserve its unconditional linkage between class interest and way of thinking, Marxism stubbornly refused to countenance the multiplicity and complexity of socialist motivations (1928:26–7).

The ruling out of all mimetic or mirror-like correspondence between representers and represented already marked the distancing or ‘estranging’ movement of representation which, in framing an autonomous position of spokespersonship, creates a substitute for reality (political, scientific, everyday) which is manifestly different from it and may enter into conflict with it. 25 This tensionful substitution is simultaneously the source of social, political, and intellectual innovation (new groups and new facts can only come into existence and grow in strength by being spoken for) and the embryonic germ of usurpation (because spokespersons always silence those subjects and objects in whose name they speak).

Evidently, the revisionists who inserted the ‘objective’ sociological heterogeneity of a separate intellectual stratum or political elite into a proletariat which was presumed to be homogeneous aimed to disqualify (and were seen to disqualify) what they called the ‘formalist’ conceptions of those socialist intellectuals and leaders Speaking the spokesperson 21 who claimed an organic unity with the class they were certain to represent, but which was now represented differently. It was rightly interpreted (and angrily dismissed) as a performative attempt to ‘drive a wedge’ between those representatives and their natural constituency.

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