“Marxism asserts that a man’s thinking is determined by his class affiliation; and only the classless society of the socialist utopia will substitute truth for ‘ideological’ lies.”–Mises

Marxism asserts that a man’s thinking is determined
by his class affiliation. Every social class has a logic of its own. The
product of thought cannot be anything else than an “ideological disguise”
of the selfish class interests of the thinker. It is the task of a
“sociology of knowledge” to unmask philosophies and scientific
theories and to expose their “ideological” emptiness. Economics is a
“bourgeois” makeshift, the economists are “sycophants” of capital.
Only the classless society of the socialist utopia will substitute truth
for “ideological” lies.”

Human Action: The Scholar’s Edition, Introduction, p. 5, Ludwig von Mises

SEE:

Human Action: A Chapter-by-Chapter Summary

 

Human Action, The Scholar’s Edition, by Ludwig von Mises

 

https://mises.org/sites/default/files/Human%20Action_3.pdf