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Kautsky discusses his attitude to Darwinism and neo-Lamarckism and claims, with the latter, to have linked biology and sociology. In his magnum opus, he used an investigation of basic human drives both as a starting point for his sociology and as a rebuttal of the doctrine that man is motivated only by economic interests. Social development is in the last analysis due not to class struggles but to technological innovations, but technology alone does not account for economic and social institutions. Its advance under capitalism now guarantees the victory of the proletariat in its class stuggle. - J.H.K.

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