Thursday, March 29, 2018

From My Notepad


                  What Marx  Really Meant    G D H cole
            ( from the Series of Notes taken by  Pattabiraman)
(Notes of Ch 1… 2nd speaks about Capitalism)
From Hegelian dialectic  Marx built his materilistic dialectic
The world we have to study has grown directly out of the world marx studied.. many of his qns are our qns too
One should Find his method more helpful than his doctrine
No sense was stronger in Marx than the sense of change.. only idiots learn The manifesto and capital by heart and conceive themselves to have unlocked the secrets of the capitalist system as it now exists
Societies are constantly changing collections of individual men and women
Man cannot breathe the breath of life into a dead body, or give concreteness to  admittedly an asbtraction
If we are setting out to understand a thing, we must look directly at the thing itself, and not primarily at men's ideas about it.. The thing is prior to idea men form of it, but ideas formed can exert influence in changing the shape of things
Inorder to become a force in history, the idea must be made flesh and become a thing
For idealists there are no things  there are only thoughts thinking them and they proceed from universal mind
from Hegelian dialectic  Marx built his materilistic dialectic
For Hegel human history was merely a phase in the dialectical self realisation of the idea... idealism in evoultionary terms
For marx the things that we see feel and experience directly with our minds and senses are real, but they are not static.. constantly changing, becoming waning passing into something other than themselves
So Hegelian dialectic is the right method of apprehending reality, but it needs to be applied directly to the world of things
For Hegel the struggle of ideas is fought out again and again in the dialectical form of thesis, antithesis and synthesis and each synthesis becomes a thesis and fresh struggle is to be fought
The outcome of realist conception is not to dethrone the mind of man, and to assert that men make their own history against those who hold that God or the Absoulte makes it for them... Men make their own history.. they make it primarily in the economic sphere
Great men do count, but greatness fits in with the opportunities of their time.. it is not in the least true that in their absence the world would stand still, or that they are only, the principal formative force in world history  20
The causes are not complete until the human beingswhose action makes history have done their part.
Marxism is determinist but not fatalist
If something other than Socialism should succeed to Capitalism as the next historical form of social organisation, that would not at all prove the Realist conception of History to be wrong
It is no doubt possible to hold, as an integral element ina theory of history, that historical epochs do succeed one another in a predestined order, so that there can be more than one possible successor to any given system. But what conceivable ground can there be for such a view? If it is held at all, it must be held simply apriori for it is by its very nature incapable of verification or even of plausible demonstration in the light of the facts
Men's choice is confined to the objectively possible but how vital that choice may be when the alternatives are delicately poised
Marx did think that Socialism would be the next phase in the history.. Marx's rightness or wrongness on this point does not in any way affect the validity of his general theory
In Marx's vies the combatants in social conflict are not things but men, rather groups of men ordered in economic classes in accordance with their differing relations to the non human powers of production and to one another
individual labour individual capitalist all in chain of related process- interrelation of entire economic system is the process of economic socialisation to which political socialism is the counterpart. Capitalism socialising the workers .. socialisation of productive powers of society is laying foundations for the socialisation of ownership- the means of production
 A man may be a detail labourer in a factory, with no isolable individual product of his own, without loosing his individuality as a person, however much he acts and thinks as a member of a group.
An action is in the last resort individual action... in social matters acting in association with others who are similarly placed.. even if they differ, are such as to afford a basis for cooperative action..it is possible for an individual to disassociate and act in opposition to his own group or class
There has never been a human society in which each individual acted by himself without group loyalty or collaboration
class loyalty need not imply class consciousness.. for the upper strata class consciousness of a reasoned and explicit kind is unnecessary -it is a positive danger
For a class which has still to win power, inorder to become a controlling agent of social change, a considerable degree of positive class consciousness is essential.. higher degree of deliberately organised cooperation is needed for changing the face of society than for preserving the status quo
Class consciousness is essentially a matter of degree... turning of class loyalty into class consciousness is largely a matter of propaganda and organisation
The objective situation by itself will not suffice to create a consciously organised class- that is the work of men- leaders
Nothing in human history is ever inevitable until it has happened, not because things happen without a cause, but because no chain of causation is ever complete until it has actually produced its effect.
In marx's view no group plays a dominant role in history unless it appears as the representative of a class
A group which is not the embodiment of a class does not stand for any particular way of arranging the powers of production... groups and associations are not classes but they can and do become in varying degrees the rep of class aspirations and points of view
It is not suggested that the division of society into economic classes is inevitable for all time
World history has to be written in terms not only of the internal evoultion of a number of civilisations, but also their impact one on another
Marx's realist conception of history may be universally valid without his staement of it in terms of class struggles possessing the same universality. There are other posssible dialectical forms besides the class struggle
any institution, whether economic or not in its origin, whether or not an embodiment of a class, can act upon men's minds, upon other institutions and influence the course of history
The worst enemies of Marxism are those who harden it into a universal dogma and thus conceal its value as a flexible method of social analysis. The realist conception of history is a clue to the understanding of social realities, and not a complete explanation of them.
A theory which is to serve as a guide to action can afford least of all to decline into a dogma, or to be formulated rigidly on mechanistic lines
The first essential of successful action is flexibility in the application of principles, a quality often confused with opportunism, but in truth its very opposite. opportunist does not apply principles, he flouts them. But the successful man of action holds fast to his principle, but at the same time understands the need of restating it constantly in relation to changes in the objective  situation
Marxism a living force, not the opium of the socialist orthodox


Tuesday, March 27, 2018

BSNL TOWER CORPORATION Limited


BSNL TOWER CORPORATION Limited
Company limited by Shares
                                           ( Some of the Articles from MOA and AOA)
MOA
1.NAME OF THE COMPANY
The name of the Company is BSNL TOWER CORPORATION LIMITED
III A 1
To acquire or to take over on going concern basis, the management, control, operations and maintenance of Telecom Tower Infra assets of Consumer Mobility Division of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), pursuant to an agreement to be entered into with the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited.
2.To work as Infrastructure Provider under the Infrastructure Provider Category-I (IP-I) to establish and maintain the assets i.e. Dark Fibres, Right of Way, Duct Space and Tower for the purpose to grant one lease/rent/sale basis to the licenses of Telecom Services licensed under Section – 4 of India Telegraph Act, 1885 including any re-enactments, modifications thereto, on mutually agreed terms and conditions
3.To carry on the business of study and evaluation of all set ups, process, techniques and methods for setting up of all types of Infrastructure and Telecommunication Projects, facilities or works and to install, erect, lay down, commission, establish, own operate, manage, control and administer, lease,transfer all Infrastructure and Telecommunication Projects including dark fibre, duct space, towers, switches and other related anciliary infrastructure services and to carry on the business of building, establishing, setting-up, acquiring, developing, managing, providing, operating and/or maintaining, fully or partially, infrastructure facilities of all description including, without limitation, relating to power, water supply, inland water ways, air-ports, telecommunications, roads, pipelines of all kinds and usages and other infrastructure facilities and/or to provide services for setting up of such infrastructure facilities and for the above purposes to carry on the business of engineers and general or special contractors for design, construction, manufacture, erection, maintenance,alteration, restoration work of all types and descriptions in India and overseas, ascontractors or subcontractors for the whole or part of such works including water works, oil wells, tramways, dams, bridges, underground railways, cable cars, docks, wharves, jetties, power generation and/or distribution, factories, mills, drainage and sewage works, roads, airfields, airstrips, airports, helipads, cable lines, power transmission towers, towers and networking of all types, wagons shelters and vessels of every description for use on or under the land, water and air and buildings and structures of all types and descriptions and for the purpose to acquire any lands, buildings, tenements, premises, equipments, spares/parts of all kinds, description, design, configuration and in connection therewith to provide any consultancy, project management services, hardware or software implementation, customization, certification, inspection, resource pool management in relation to all kinds of infrastructure services inter-alia including but not limited to telecom, cellular services, basic telecom services, IT enabling services, industrial purpose and other infrastructure industries and in connection therewith to acquire, sell, dispose off, lease, hire goods/services of any nature/description.
3.To build, construct, maintain, enlarge, pull down, remove or replace, improve or develop and work, manage, and control any buildings, offices, godowns, warehouses, shops, machinery and plant and telephone exchanges, telegraph office, coaxial stations, microwave stations, repeater stations,telecommunications lines, cables, towers, or any other equipment, plant,machinery connected with design, development, construction, maintenance and operation of telecommunications services and conveniences, which may seem calculated directly or indirectly to advance the interests of the Company and to subsidise, contribute to or otherwise assist or take part in doing any of these things, and/or to join with any other person and/or company and/or with anyGovernmental authority in doing any of these things.
7.To accept, design, display, publish, broadcast, transmit, distribute or reproduce in any form whatsoever advertisements and publicity and promotional material of the Company and of other persons; to acquire, dispose of and use advertising time and space in any media; to develop, produce and undertake advertising, publicity and promotional campaigns and competitions for itself and other persons; to undertake, promote and sponsor any product, service, event,individual or publication which in the opinion of the Company will promote advance or publicise any activity of the Company and generally to carry on the business of advertising, public relations and publicity consultants and agents.
48. To work in close co-ordination with the BSNL in the matters of :-
(a) Implementation of any international obligation of the Government.
(b) Implementation of any order and/or directive issued under the Indian Telegraph Act or Rules framed there under or under the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997, or Rules and Regulations framed there under or any office duly authorised or under any statutory modifications or re-enactment of the said Acts/Rules/Regulations for the time being in force.
54. To establish and maintain or procure the establishment and maintenance of any contributory provident funds, contributory or non-contributory pension or superannuation funds for the benefit of, and give or procure the giving of donations, gratuities, pension, bonus, annuities or other allowances or emoluments to any persons who are or were at any time in the employment and/or service of the Company, or of any Company which is a subsidiary of the Company or is allied to or associated with the Company or with any such subsidiary Company or who are or were at any time the Directors or officers or staff of the Company or of any such other company as aforesaid, and the employees or ex- employees of the Company or Government Department formerly engaged in any business acquired by the Company and the wives, widows, families and dependants of any such persons, and also establish and subsidies and subscribe to any charitable or public object, institutions, society, associations, clubs or funds and by providing or subscribing or contributing towards places of instruction and recreation, hospitals and dispensaries, medical and other attendance and by building or contributing to the building of houses, dwellings, calculated to the benefit of or to advance the interests and well being of the Company or of any such other Company or Department as aforesaid or its employees and to make payment to or towards the insurance of any such person as aforesaid and to any of the matters aforesaid either alone or in conjunction with any such other company aforesaid.
V SHARE CAPITAL The authorised share capital of the Company is Rs.10,000,00,00,000 [ Rupees Ten Thousand Crores Only] divided into 750,00,00,000 (Seven Hundred and Fifty Crores ) Equity Shares of Rs.10/- (Rupees Ten) each and 250,00,00,000 (Two Hundred and Fifty Crores ) Preference Shares of Rs.10/- (Rupees Ten) each.
We the several persons whose names are subscribed are desirous of being formed into a company in pursuance of this MOA, and we respectively agree to take the number of shares in the capital of the company set against our respective names
BSNL thro its representative  CMD Anupam Shrivastava  1000 shares
Sujata Ray  Dir Hr and F  Nominee share holder of BSNL  100 shares
Narendra Kumar Dir CFA 100 shares
Rakesh kumar Dir CM 100  Shares
Sanjay kumar  PGM 100  Shares
Hem Chandra Pant Company secy CGm legal 100 Shares
Joginder Pal Chowdhary GM legal 100 shares
Narayanasamy Raghavan Ramprasad Dy Manager 100  total 1700 shares 
All signed  on 1-1-2018
AOA
 (4) "The Company" means BSNL TOWER CORPORATION LIMITED
II. SHARE CAPITAL AND VARIATION OF RIGHTS 1. SHARE CAPITAL The authorised share capital of the Company is Rs.10,000,00,00,000 [ Rupees Ten Thousand Crores Only] divided into 750,00,00,000 (Seven Hundred and Fifty Crores ) Equity Shares of Rs.10/- (Rupees Ten) each and 250,00,00,000 (Two Hundred and Fifty Crores ) Preference Shares of Rs.10/- (Rupees Ten) each. Subject to the approval of the BSNL, the Board may, with the sanction of the Company in General Meeting increase or decrease the share capital by such sum, to be divided into shares of such amount, as the resolution shall prescribe.
REDEEMABLE PREFERENCE SHARES The Company shall have power to issue Preference Shares carrying right to redemption out of profits which would otherwise be available for dividend, or, out of the proceeds of a fresh issue of Shares made for the purpose of such redemption. Such Preference Shares shall be liable to be redeemed at the option of the Company, and the Board may, subject to the provisions of Section 55 of the Act, exercise such power in such manner, as it may think fit. 3. Subject to such directions as may be issued by the BSNL in this behalf and the provisions of these Articles, the Shares shall be under the control of the Board who may allot or otherwise dispose of the same to such person on such terms and conditions and at such time as the Board think fit and with power to issue any Shares as fully paid up in consideration of services rendered to the Company in its formation or otherwise, provided that where the Board decide to increase the issued capital of the Company by the issue of further Shares, the provisions of Section 62 of the Act will be complied with. Provided further that the option or right to call of Shares shall not given to any person except with the sanction of the Company in General Meeting
10. POWER TO CONVERT AND/OR ISSUE SHARES Subject to the approval of the BSNL, and these Articles, the Board shall have power, at their discretion, to convert the unissued equity Shares into redeemable Preference Shares and vice versa and Company may, subject to the provisions of the Act, issue any part or parts of the unissued Shares (either equity or preference carrying a right to redemption out of the profits or liable to be so redeemed at the option of Company) upon such terms and conditions and with such rights and privileges annexed there to as the Board at their discretion may think fit and proper. Subject to the provisions of Sections 43 and 47 of the Act and in particular, the Board may issue such Shares with such preferential or qualifying rights to dividends and for the distribution of the assets of the Company as the Board may subject to the aforesaid sections, determine from time to time.
16 REDUCTION OF CAPITAL Subject to the provision of Section 66 of the Act and to such directions as may be issued by BSNL in this behalf, the Company may, from time to time, by special resolution reduce its capital by paying off capital or cancelling capital which has been lost or is unrepresented by available assets or its superfluous by reducing the liability on the shares or otherwise as may be expedient, and capital may be paid off upon the footing that it may be called up again or otherwise and Board may subject to the provisions of the Act, accept surrender of shares.
67. REDUCTION OF CAPITAL ETC. The Company may, subject to the provisions of Section 52, 55 and 66 of the Act and such directions issued by the BSNL, in this behalf, from time to time, by Special Resolution etc. reduce its capital and any Capital Redemption Reserve Account or Securities Premium Account in any manner and with and subject to any incident authorised and consent required by law
BORROWING POWERS 72. POWER TO BORROW The Board may, from time to time, at its discretion, subject to the provisions of Section 179 & 180 of the Act, and regulations made thereunder and directions issued by the RBI raise or borrow and secure the payment of any sums or sum of money for the purpose of the Company; provided that the Board shall not, without the sanction of the Company in General Meeting borrow any sum of money which, together with moneys already borrowed by the Company (apart from temporary loans obtained from the Company's bankers in the ordinary Course of business), will exceed the aggregate for the time being of the paid-up capital of the Company and its free reserves, that is to say, reserves not set aside for any specific purpose
89. RIGHT OF BSNL TO APPOINT ANY PERSON AS IT’S REPRESENTATIVE (1) The BSNL, so long as it is a shareholder of the Company, may, from time to time, appoint one or more persons (who need not be a Member or Members of the Company) to represent it at all or any meeting of the Members / Shareholders of the Company.
(2) Anyone of the persons appointed under sub clause (1) of this Article shall be deemed to be a Member of the Company and shall be entitled to vote and be present in person and exercise the same rights and powers (including the right to vote by proxy) as the BSNL could exercise as a Member of the Company. (3) The BSNL, may, from time to time, cancel any appointment made under sub clause (1) of this Article and make fresh appointment. (4) The production at the meeting of an order of the BSNL evidenced as provided in the Constitution, shall be accepted by the Company as sufficient evidence of any such appointment or cancellation as aforesaid
108 BOARD OF DIRECTORS The business of the Company shall be managed by the Board of Directors. 109. NUMBER OF DIRECTORS AND QUALIFICATION SHARES Subject to the provisions of Section 149 of the Act, the BSNL shall, from time to time, determine, in writing, the number of Directors, of the Company which shall not be less than 3 (three) and not more than 15 (fifteen). The Directors are not required to hold any qualification shares and their remuneration if any shall be determined by the BSNL.
 110. BSNL’s POWERS TO APPOINT AND REMOVE DIRECTORS The BSNL shall have powers: (i) to appoint whole-time or part-time Chairman, whole-time Managing Director(s) or whole-time Chairman-cum-Managing Director and other whole-time Directors; (ii) to appoint the Directors representing the BSNL; (iii) to appoint non official Independent Directors;
(iv) to remove any Director including the Chairman or the Chairman-cum- Managing Director or Managing Director, if any from office at any time in its absolute discretion; (v) to fill any vacancy in the office of Chairman, Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Managing Director or Director(s) caused by removal, resignation, death or otherwise; (vi) to determine the tenure of office for the Directors so appointed from time to time. The Directors appointed by the BSNL by following due procedure, shall hold office until removed by it or until their resignation, retirement, death or otherwise.
111. FIRST DIRECTORS OF THE COMPANY The first Directors of the Company shall be:- (i) SHRI ANUPAM SHRIVASTAVA, CMD BSNL [ DIN: 06590535] (ii) SMT.SUJATA RAY, DIRECTOR(HRD) & (F) BSNL [ DIN: 07240022] (iii) SHRI NARENDRA KUMAR MEHTA,DIRECTOR (E ) & (CFA) BSNL [DIN:07247767] (iv) SHRI RAKESH KUMAR MITTAL, DIRECTOR (CM) BSNL [DIN:07334039]
114. DIRECTORS POWER TO APPOINT ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR Subject to the provisions of the Act and the approval of BSNL, he Board shall have power at any time and from time to time, to appoint any other qualified person(s) to be an Additional Director(s) but so that the total number of Directors shall not at any time exceed the maximum fixed under Article 109. Any such additional Director(s) shall hold office only upto the date of next Annual General Meeting but shall be eligible for appointment as director at that meeting subject to the provisions of Articles of Association. 115. REMUNERATION OF THE DIRECTORS The Directors so appointed shall be paid such salary and / or allowances as the BSNL may, from time to time, determine. Subject to the provisions of the Act, such reasonable additional remuneration as may be determined by the BSNL may be paid to anyone or more of the Directors for extra or special services rendered by him or them or otherwise.
130. CHAIRMAN (a) So long as the Company remains a subsidiary of BSNL, Chairman BSNL will also act as its Chairman or the BSNL may nominate a Director as Chairman of the Director's meetings and determine the period for which he is to hold office. If no such Chairman is nominated or if at any meeting the Chairman is not present within 15 minutes after the time for holding the same, the Directors present may choose one of their number to be the Chairman of the meeting (b) The Chairman may be a non-retiring Director and may be in the whole time employment of the Company. In case of a tie or equity of votes, the Chairman shall have a casting or second vote.
144. POWERS OF CHAIRMAN The Chairman shall reserve for decision of the BSNL, any proposal or decisions of the Board of Directors or any matter brought before the Board which raises in the opinion of the Chairman, any important issue and which is on that account fit to be reserved for the decision of the BSNL and no decision on such an important issue shall be taken in the absence of the Chairman appointed by the BSNL.
(11) To invest in Reserve Bank / State Bank of India / any nationalized bank or in such securities as may be approved by the BSNL and deal with any of the moneys of the Company upon such investments authorised by the Memorandum of Association of the Company andin such manner as they think fit and from time to time to vary or realise such investments.
(20) Subject to the approval of the BSNL and the provisions of Section 179 of the Act, from time to time and at any time, delegate to any person so appointed any of the powers, authorities and discretions for the time being vested in the Board other than their powers to make calls or to make loans or borrow moneys, and to authorise the Members for the time being of any such local Board, or any of them to fill up any vacancies therein and to act notwithstanding vacancies therein and any such appointment or delegation may be made
147 MATTERS REQUIRING PRIOR APPROVAL OF THE BSNL Notwithstanding any of the provisions contained in other Articles, so long the Company remains a subsidiary Company of BSNL, prior approval of the BSNL be obtained in respect of: (1) Sale of Undertaking. (2) Borrowing of money and creation of charge/pledge over the assets. (3) Company’s long term and Annual plans for Development and Capital Budgets.
(4) Agreement(s) involving Strategic Alliance, Joint Venture or collaboration proposed to be entered into by the Company. (5) Revenue Budget of the Company in case there is an element of deficit, which is proposed to be met by obtaining funds from BSNL. (6) Transfer of Management. (7) Matters relating to share of profit. (8) Merger, Amalgamation, Acquisition, Take over. (9) Approval for amendments in Memorandum of Association / Article of Association. (10) Appointment of Chief Executive Officer(CEO), Chief Finance Officer(CFO), Chief Technology Officer(CTO) and the Company Secretary. (11) To give to any person employed by the Company a commission on the profits of any particular business transaction or a share in the general profits of the Company, and such commission or share of profit shall be treated as part of the working expenses of the Company. (12) To borrow or raise or secure the payment of money in such manner as the Company shall think fit and in particular by executing mortgages and the issue of Debentures, or debenture-stock, perpetual or otherwise, charged upon all or any of the Company's property (both present and future) including its uncalled capital and to purchases, redeem or pay off any such securities. No action shall be taken
No action shall be taken by the Company in respect of any proposal or decision of the Board reserved for the approval of the BSNL until its approval to the same has been obtained. The BSNL shall have the power to modify such proposals or decision of the Board.


Tuesday, March 20, 2018

இஸ்த்வான் மீசாரஸ் Istvan Meszaros


இஸ்த்வான் மீசாரஸ் (1930-2017)

                                               -ஆர். பட்டாபிராமன்

 நம் காலத்தின் மகத்தான மார்க்சிய சிந்தனையாளர் இஸ்த்வான் கடந்த அக்டோபர் 1, 2017ல் மறைந்தார். ஹங்கேரி மார்க்சிய மரபில் வந்தவர் இஸ்த்வான். அங்கு டிசம்பர் 19, 1930ல் பிறந்தவர். தாயார் விமானகட்டுமான ஆலை ஊழியர். குழந்தை உழைப்பாளராக இஸ்த்வான்  அங்கு செயல்பட நேர்ந்தது.
 கம்யூனிஸ்ட் ஆட்சி என்பதன் மாற்றம் 1949ல் ஏற்பட்ட நிலையில் கல்விக்கு உபகார சம்பளம் கிடைக்கப்பெற்றார். புடாபெஸ்ட் கல்லூரி சென்றார் மீசாரஸ். அக்காலத்தில் ஸ்டாலின் செல்வாக்கு உச்சத்தில் இருந்தது. ஜார்ஜ் லூகச்சிற்கு ஆதரவு நிலையை இஸ்த்வான் எடுத்ததால் கல்லூரியிலிருந்து அவர் வெளியேற்றப்படவேண்டும் என்கிற நிலையை நிர்வாகம் எடுதத்து. ஆனால் அங்கு செயல்பட்டுவந்த கல்லூரி கவுன்சில் அவரை வெளியேற்றக்கூடாது என்கிற தீர்மானத்தை போட்டது. தேசிய தியேட்டர் குரூப் ஒன்றின் நிகழ்வை கடுமையாக ஆதரித்த நிலையை பார்த்த மார்க்சிய சிந்தனையாளர் லூகாச் இஸ்த்வானை தனது உதவியாளராக இருந்து பணியாற்ற அழைத்தார்.
 ஹங்கேரி எழுத்தாளர் அவைகளில் 1950-56 ஆண்டுகளில் இஸ்த்வான் தீவிரமாக பங்கேற்று வந்தார். கலை இலக்கியத்தின் தேசியத்தன்மை என்கிற அவரின் கட்டுரை இலக்கிய அமைப்புகளில் விவாத அடிப்படையானது. கலாச்சாரத்துறைகளில் பணியாற்றிய தோழர்கள் உதவியுடன் லூகாச், மீசாரஸ் ஆகியோர்  Consciousness  என்கிற பத்ரிக்கையை துவக்கினர்.
 இஸ்தவான் மீசாரஸ் பாரிசில் டோனெடெல்லா மோரிசியை சந்தித்து பிப்ரவரி 1956ல் மணம் புரிந்துகொண்டார்.  லூகாச் மேற்பார்வையில் தனது டாக்டர் பட்ட ஆய்வை மீசாரஸ் முடித்தார். புடாபெஸ்ட் பல்கலையில் அவர் அசோசியியேட் பேராசிரியராக வருவதற்கும் லூகாச் உதவினார். லூகாச் மறையும் காலம்வரை (1971) அவர்கள் வலுவான தொடர்புகளை வைத்திருந்தனர்.

 மீசாரஸ் ஹங்கேரியைவிட்டு வெளியேறி இத்தாலி டூரின் பல்கலைகழகம், லண்டன் பெட்போர்ட் கல்லூரியில் பணிபுரிந்தார். பின்னர் சூசெக்ஸ் பல்கலையில் தத்துவத்துறை பொறுப்பில் இருந்தார். 1971ல் மார்க்சின் அந்நியமாதல் குறித்த ஆய்விற்காக பாராட்டப்பட்ட அவர் ஐசக் டாயிட்சர் நினைவு பரிசை பெற்றார்.
பின்னர் டொரொண்டோ யார்க் பல்கலையில் முதுநிலை பேராசிரியாக சேர்ந்தார். கனடாவில் விசா கிடைப்பதில் சிரமம் ஏற்பட்டது. அவர் ஆபத்தானவர் என அங்கு உணரப்பட்டார். பெரும் அறிஞர்கள் எழுப்பிய எதிர்ப்பை அடுத்து விசா கொடுக்கப்பட்டது.  சில ஆண்டுகளுக்கு பின்னர் அவர் சூசெக்ஸ் பல்கலைக்கே திரும்பினார். 1995ல் ஹங்கேரியன் அறிவியல் அகாதமிக்கு அவர் தேர்ந்தெடுக்கப்பட்டார். அதே ஆண்டில் அவரது புகழ்வாய்ந்த பெரும் உழைப்பில் உருவான படைப்பான   Beyond Capital  வெளியானது. வெனிசூலாவின் சாவோஸ் அதை பாராட்டி பாதை திறந்துள்ளது- உலகம் தனது எதிர்வினை ஆற்ற கருவி கிடைத்துள்ளது எனப் பேசினார். 1990கள் துவங்கி புகழ்வாய்ந்த மன்த்லி ரிவ்யூ குழுவினருடன் நெருங்கி செயல்பட்டு வந்தார் மெசாரஸ். ஹாரி மாக்டப், ஜான் பெல்லமி ஆகியோருடன் தோழமை நெருக்கம் பலப்பட்டது. 2008 ல் வெனிசூலா அரசின் உயர் கெளரவ விருது அவரது விமர்சனாபூர்வ சிந்தனை முறைக்காக வழங்கப்பட்டது.

 சோசலிசத்திற்கான மாற்றம் என்பதை கடினமான மலையேற்றம் என்பதுடன் ஒப்பிட்டு பேசினார் மீசாரஸ். சார்த்தர் , லூகாச் குறித்து எழுதினார். கருத்தியலின் சக்தி, சோசலிசமா காட்டுமிராண்டித்தனமா, மூலதனத்தின் அமைப்பு நெருக்கடி, சமுக அமைப்பும்  உணர்வு வடிவங்களும், வரலாற்று கட்டத்தின் சவாலும் சுமையும், சமூக கட்டுப்பாட்டின் அவசியம் போன்ற புகழ் வாய்ந்த ஆழமான படைப்புக்களை சிந்தனை உலகிற்கு விட்டு சென்றுள்ளார் மீசாரஸ்.
சோவியத் வகைப்பட்ட சமுகத்திலும் காபிடல் சிஸ்டம் அப்படியே இருந்ததாக  கருதினார் இஸ்த்வான்.  Communal production  என்பதில் ஈர்ப்பு ஏற்பட்டுத்தான் சாவோஸ் கம்யூன் கவுன்சில் என்பதை வெனிசூலாவில் பரிசோதித்தார்.   The entire capital system and its State must be challenged in their inner functioning and from both within the core of productive order..  இதற்கு மாற்றாக  Communal system of social metabolic production  என அவர் பேசிவந்தார். புரட்சிகர மாற்றத்திற்கு முக்கிய ஏஜென்சியாக நிற்கவேண்டிய தொழிலாளிவர்க்கம் எவ்வாறு அந்நியமாகியுள்ளது என்பதை இஸ்த்வான் பேசினார் சோசலிச கட்டுமானம் என்பதற்கு வழிகாட்டி என்கிற புகழுக்கு உரியவரானார் மீசாரஸ்..
அந்நியமாதல் என்பது நமது காலத்தில் விதிக்கப்பட்ட ஒன்றாக உள்ளது என்கிற கருத்தை அவர் ஆழமாக வெளியிட்டுவந்தார்.  The state that we must conquer in the interest of humanity's survival is the state we know it, viz the state in general in its existing reality, as articulated in the course of history, and capable of asserting itself only in its antagonistic modality both internally and in its international relations  என்கிற விளக்கத்தை இஸ்த்வான் தந்தார்.
பராளுமன்ற பிரதிநிதித்துவ ஜனநாயகம்  குறித்து விமர்சனபூர்வ பார்வையை அவர் வைத்திருந்தார். மக்களுக்கு அந்த ஜனநாயகம் பெரும் பலன்களை தரவில்லை என்கிற முடிவிற்கு இஸ்த்வான் வந்திருந்தார்.  Few- Many- All  என்பதை எடுத்து சொல்லி அனைவருக்கும் என பேசும் சிலரின் பிரதிநிதித்துவம் பலரையும் வெளியில் வைக்கிறது என்றார். The question of substantive democracy is a matter of the vital decision making processes in all domains and at all levels of the societal reproduction process, on the basis of substantive equality. And that requires the radical alteration of the social metabolism as a whole, superseding its alienated character and the alienating superimposition of overall political decision making by the state over society. That is the only sense in which substantive democracy can acquire and maintain its meaning.  சாரமான ஜனநாயகம் என்பதற்கான  அவரது விளக்கமாக இதை நாம் எடுத்துக்கொள்ளலாம்.
சோவியத் வீழ்ச்சி நடந்து 20 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு பின்னரும் சோசலிச கட்டுமானம் என அவர் பேசுவது சரியா என அவரிடம் கேட்கப்பட்டபோது 20 ஆண்டுகள் என்பதெல்லாம் வரலாற்றில் பெரும் கட்டமல்ல என்றார். பாவூஃப் போன்றவர்கள் சமத்துவ சமூகம் என பேசத்துவங்கி 200 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு மேலாகிவிட்டது. குடிமகன் என்கிற வகையில் மட்டுமல்ல ஒவ்வொரு வீட்டின் கூரையிலும் சம் உரிமைகள் என அவர்கள் பேசினர். எனவே வரலாற்றின் சவால் என்பது பட்டுப்போகிவிடாது. அரைகுறை அவசர தீர்வுகளால் அவற்றின் தோல்விகளால் அவை நிகழ்ச்சிநிரலிருந்து இல்லாமல் போய்விடாது என்கிற சோசலிச கட்டுமான திட்டம் குறித்த நம்பிக்கையை அவர் வலுப்படுத்தினார்.
 இஸ்த்வான்  இங்கிலாந்தில் 2017ல்  மறைந்தபோது  அவருக்கு வயது 86. இஸ்த்வான் எழுத்துக்கள் கடினமானவையாக தோன்றினாலும் கருத்தூன்றி படிப்போர் அவரது எழுத்துக்களை தமிழுக்கு கொணரும்போது சோசலிச கட்டுமானம், முதலாளித்துவ முறை, அரசு குறித்த விளக்கங்களுக்கு மேலும் ஆழமான புரிதலை அவர் நமக்கு தருவார். தமிழ் உலகில் செயல்பட்டுவரும் முன்னணி மார்க்சிய அறிஞர்கள் இஸ்த்வான் கருத்தாங்களை  தமிழுக்கு கொணர்ந்தால் இடதுசாரி இயக்கங்களில் அவை புதிய தாக்கத்தை உருவாக்கும் என நம்பலாம்