My Marxist Philosophy Class

In February 1998, I started an eight-week evening college course, Introduction to Philosophy. I was in my mid-thirties, and while I was aware of philosophers, I hadn't read their works and knew nothing about critical thinking. Our text was Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder. And our tutor was a Marxist.

My Marxist Philosophy Class is a blog post from the Tall And True writers' website, written and narrated by Robert Fairhead.

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