2.What differentiates Western Marxism from orthodox Marxism?
Orthodox Marxism emerged after death of Marx and seeks to abridge, codify, and organize Marxist thought. Orthodox Marxism lays emphasis on concepts such as the method of creation of goods, forces within production, separation of labour, ideology, and class struggles. Orthodox Marxism was the overriding philosophy during second international, up to First World War and thereafter. Its quest is to resolve the apparent ambiguities and inconsistencies within classical Marxism. Orthodox Marxism