To be the first black person in a field which your kind didn’t have access to and wasn’t given opportunity to participate in is a big deal therefore that needs to be celebrated. The ones who come after should work to exceed the achievements of the First Black. Best Black allows one to be complacent.
So, to answer your question: Yes, it is possible to be using Marxism as your approach to analyzing the world materialistically, and you can have your goal as Communism as the logical result, and still be considered unethical by someone. Especially if the person doing the observation is from a different area, a different time, or even just a different socio political background. After all, it was a relatively common talking point amongst early 20th century fascists that simply existing as a supposedly inferior example of the human race was unethical, because they believed you brought the rest of the race down with you.
This makes me feel that choice matters. I may learn unique things, not just passcodes, but motivations or personal anecdotes by simply being me. Some choice are small and personal, while others contain the fate of the entire human race. The pairing process was quick and flawless for my wife on her Lumia 920. It was not flawless for me, but it turned out that somehow, despite being head geek in the house, I was missing an update to the phone OS. Installing that made the pairing flawless and quick for me as well.
When we watch Sachin Tendulkar turn his wrists at the very last moment, flicking the blade of the bat towards the on side just as the ball arrives under his eyes, we have experienced something beautiful: not just poise and grace but also concision and completeness. Nothing can be added or taken away from that Tendulkar flick that would not diminish the shot. Within its own terms, it cannot be improved upon..
This is a very difficult thing to do for 10 seconds straight. You may be able to do it once or twice, but try it for 10 seconds. You will really get a workout. A similar type of nose brain bonding takes place in mouse moms’ brains as well, but intriguingly, mouse dads that don’t come in contact with their brood don’t experience it. Moreover, the same hormone that cranks up milk production for breastfeeding, prolactin, also controls that new dad neurogenesis [source: Mossop]. The big difference is that prolactin secretion and breast milk production occur regardless of interaction between mother and child, whereas paternal investment must precede neurogenesis and other physiological shifts in fathers, both rodent and human..