[Marxism] Re: The hijab controversy
Johannes.Schneider at gmx.net
Tue Feb 17 04:16:58 MST 2004
Marvin Gandall wrote:
> Johannes also says that "Friedrich Engels was even in favour of
> tolerance for religious schools. In
> 1891 he wrote...'You cannot bar the churches from founding schools out
> of their own money and teaching their non-sense there" (My translation,
> This isn't in dispute. I don't think anyone is proposing the forcible
> closure of religious schools
"education is secular. This involves the abolition of religious schools"
I know Paul can speak for himself, but do I misunderstand him when I say
he proposes the closure of religious schools?
Engels might have been wrong or today the question of religious schools
needs another answer, but I think it is wrong to see an agreement, where
there is in fact some disagreement in the immediate demands to raise.
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