[Marxism] Hegel, Marx and Freud
Ruthless Critic of All that Exists
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Tue Jul 22 11:29:12 MDT 2008
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 1:23 PM, gary.maclennan at gmail.com
<gary.maclennan at gmail.com> wrote:
>> gawd reading this brings back such sweet memories of the old LTV corner on
>> the former Spoons Marxism list. Them were the days. I used to think about
>> and feel sorry for the poor spy who had to read through all the posts.
Do any archives exist of these LTV discussions?
On a general note: while the non-teaching of Marx is obviously
regrettable, I don't mourn the fact that Freud is not taught any more.
Marx's theories are being proven right by the empirical evidence of
history every day (even though he was off by a couple of centuries as
to how long capitalism would survive).
But Freud? There is no empirical evidence showing that he was correct.
He just made some interesting speculations, that's all. I don't see
much point to teaching him in classes other than history of thought or
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