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Hi,

So I’m in my second year of uni studying history, and I’m completely lost on Marxist history, Hegel and Kant. When I say lost, I mean I’ve studied the basics for about 5 years and still know nothing! I have a seminar tomorrow and I know I should go because I can learn from group discussions, but I’m too scared to go because I have a tutor that goes around the class and picks on people, and I have nothing to contribute!

I’d really appreciate any help on this subject, as it is killing me

P.s. I know I should attend office hours but again, I am too scared and I don’t know what I don’t know!
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(Original post by Lollbert)
Hi,

So I’m in my second year of uni studying history, and I’m completely lost on Marxist history, Hegel and Kant. When I say lost, I mean I’ve studied the basics for about 5 years and still know nothing! I have a seminar tomorrow and I know I should go because I can learn from group discussions, but I’m too scared to go because I have a tutor that goes around the class and picks on people, and I have nothing to contribute!

I’d really appreciate any help on this subject, as it is killing me

P.s. I know I should attend office hours but again, I am too scared and I don’t know what I don’t know!
Right, first of all - how was the seminar?

Second, can you describe what you think is meant by Marxist history, for the viewers at home.
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