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Karl Marx Was Scornful Of Charles Darwin

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 7, 2001 07:24:11 UTC


Karl Marx was scornful of the English
but needed their libraries and science
for almost all his meanderings.
Many's the time I have defended Karl Marx as
having had every right to try to save the world.

Experience showed that management is a profession, not merely a bludgeon,
and that oligarchic capital formation
gives you more of almost everything than
monolithic capital formation.

How can I earn respect of such a crowd:
I already have. You just might not reach that point in your development.
That is more humble than boast. I know humans
are limited. You are certainly capable of
higher discernment than you have been showing.


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