Re: DSM: On Hybrid schools . . . Our Trojan Horse?

From: Martin Wilke (martin.wilke@gmx.net)
Date: Sun May 13 2001 - 19:04:23 EDT


David Rovner schrieb:
>
> Ardeshir Mehta wrote:
> >In Israel there are four main "movements" among
> >kibbutzim, all of which are founded on strict democratic
> >principles (for adults).
>
> Kibbutzim are not democratic -- as I understand
> democracy.
> Kibbutzim are based on Socialist Ideology, so they are lacking
> individual rights -- they just honor the majority decision
> aspect of democracy.
>
> David Rovner rovners@netvision.net.il

I disagree. Socialism can be everything from libertarian to dictatorial,
as well as capitalism may or may not be democratic.
The right to property is not the only individual right. And each right
can only go as far as it doesn't infringe on other people's individual
rights or their possibilities to development.

Martin Wilke

-- 
http://www.kraetzae.de
http://www.demokratische-schule.de

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