Exactly, I don't even know what the dispute really is. If the question is was Napoleon a progressive historical force, the answer has to be yes. He was less radical than the Jacobins, but the Jacobins decisively lost. That was a fact of history, complaining about it is just moralistic resentment. But Napoleon undeniably changed the legal order of western Europe to be favorable to bourgeois society. That means he was a progressive historical force under the Marxist conception. It is just a matter of fact. I mean I think Napoleon is a really interesting and obviously exceptional person, but I don't really get the need to cast him as good or evil here. He did disagreeable things, but overall he spread the conditions of bourgeois dominance.