You still didn't answer my post user
Why is Marxism so appealing to college/university students?
Marxism as a political philosophy is heavily idealistic. The Marxist-Leninist concept of the Vanguard Party is no different from Plato's philosopher king.
wtf I hate books now based as hell
Lenin didn't invent Marxism. Lenin invent Marxist-Leninism. You're discribing his shit not Marx you idiot hahaha!
gonna throw away my books and go out in the streets now thanks OP
Because universities allow freedom of speech and are less oppressive than "the real world" of wage slavery.
TL;DR the guy whose family dreads him at Thanksgiving read the wikipedia summary of Karl Popper so he can own libs on Twitter
because he is a retarded santa claus looking slav piece of shit revolutionary
No I've read Popper Selections and the Logic of Scientific discovery. Good eye though.
it's over, literature is FINISHED
I think it would be worth amending it to "why is Marxism more appealing to college/university students than to other people?". I agree that it's a huge stretch to pretend it appeals to the majority of them, but I'd gamble that per-capita there are more college enrolled Marxists than highschool-dropout trailer park Marxists, etc.
Honestly I think it isn't the case that people who go to college tend to come out as marxists, but that that people who tend towards Marxism usually to want to go to college. Noone says "I'm a Marxist and I've decided I want to be a McDonalds wageslave"; doing so would suggest you didn't actually sympathize with Marx.
How is the burden of proof on him? It's on OP if anyone here. Don't post "here's my opinion prove me wrong you literally can't" threads.
Whatever floats your boat.
ML is a variation of original marxist thought and one of the mainstream versions of it.
And still, Marxism itself is heavily idealistic and ideological.