author to write (Beardsley & Wimsatt, 1972, p. 334). The notion of intention can be seen as the central of the studies of the Romantic conception of authorship as only author will understand why they intend to insert their experiences into their literary work. The intention is basically the reason that cause the authors to produce literary works. Intention has “corresponds to what he intended in a formula which more or less explicitly has had wide acceptance” (Beardsley & Wimsatt, 1972, p. 334).
Marx’s economic theories as such: we shall confine our discussion to their methodological premises and implications. It will in any case be obvious to the reader that the present writer upholds the validity of their content. Secondly, a detailed analysis of Rosa Luxemburg’s thought is necessary because its seminal discoveries no less than its errors have had a decisive influence on the theories of Marxists outside Russia, above all in Germany. To some extent this influence persists to this day. For