Who Said It II?

"The materialist doctrine that men are products of circumstances and upbringing, and that, therefore, changed men are products of other circumstances, forgets that it is men that change circumstances, and that the educator himself needs educating."


  1. Igor Stravinsky.

  2. My guess was Lewis (not enough flair for Chesterton), but obviously that's not it because that would be boring. It reminded me of this little piece I recently encountered. Haven't been able to get it out of my head for a little while now, or decide what I think of it.

  3. My guess is Marx, or Lenin.
    My two guesses are Marx, Lenin, or Trotsky.
    Amongst my guesses are Marx, Lenin, Trotsky, Engels.

    1. It sounds familiar. Ergo it's from the Manfesto I assume. I haven't read enough other stuff by Marx, with my eyes open at least, to recognize it otherwise.

    2. Theses on Feuerbach.

    3. Wow. I have no memory of that at all. Of course that could be said for most stuff I read. And yet try as I might I simply cannot forget Dune.


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