Unexpected commonalities between Marxism and conservatism and penguinism

Unexpected commonalities between Marxism and conservatism and penguinism

Both have a common point that they are hated by capitalists. Marxism is natural, but why is conservatism hated?

This can be explained, for example, as follows by the theory of movement inherent in capitalism.


資本 Capitalism is to keep exercising constantly, and it is not allowed to stay.

Therefore, conservative thinking and conservatives who value continuity with the past are always evil for capitalists and break down conservatism with various business texts! You will see an article ...

Of course, if you say modest self-assertion, you will be buried in a competitive society, and if you say promotion for a while, you will be late for innovative business.

Therefore, it seems that Penguinism, which is conservative thinking, is the same as the left Marxist in that it is disliked by capitalists.

Also, many conservatives have some anti-capital, aesthetic, and refusal images.

However, the so-called right and economic conservatives are opposed to the national intervention in the market, which is very different from Marxists.

Here, I would like to clarify the differences between Marxism and stand on the side of the market, even if the capitalist dislikes the penguinism, while considering the unexpected common points of both.

Penguinism is not an idea for market struggles. But that doesn't mean that the government is tempted. "With the core" is a position that aims to live properly in the rough wave market while rejecting government intervention.

Penguinism recognizes the necessity of the government in some cases, such as certain rule-making, unlike anarchists who radically consider the government unnecessary. On the other hand, government intervention in the market is not allowed in principle, and indirect intervention is only allowed in exceptional cases.


In such a situation, penguinism dies in a theory of capital that constantly fluctuates and approaches a separation from the past, which is incompatible with conservative thinking. There may be such a question. However, contrary to shouts, the market is also conservative because humans are conservative. Business articles that look conservatively do not have time to enumerate, but the fact is that the business environment becomes conservative when it is left alone. It is the theory of many capitalists to break through such a conservative situation and promote innovation, and the maintenance mentioned here may mean overcoming the stagnation rather than simply breaking the old practice. Even if it is the latter, even if it is penguinism, tradition is correct because it is traditional, and it is sufficiently gentle as long as it does not take rigid maintenance that this is all correct because it is the conventional way.

Penguinism does not refuse any progress, but it can be improved gradually and progress on history.

In short, the business is not abandoning the past and moving to another direction (for example, Otsuka Furniture is a typical example). For example, the conversion of Fuji Film is a representative example. * Even if it does not seem to have any relationship, it is possible to fully agree with Penguinism.

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Politics is the same. I disagree with catastrophic changes, but I agree with the transformation that makes use of history.

If you think so, the difference from Marxists is obvious, and it is hard to say that they are anti-capitalist thinking that has a relationship between the front and back of the wing, because both have a surprising commonality. Let's go.