Essay about Karl Heinrich 's Influence On Education

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Karl Heinrich Marx was born in Trier, Prussia, on May 5, 1818. His father, Heinrich Marx, was a very successful lawyer and an advocate of reformation in Prussia. Karl 's mother, Henrietta Marx, dedicated herself to taking care of the nine children which they had. Although both parents came from a Jewish lineage, Heinrich would be the first to convert to Christianity and get baptized in a Lutheran Church. Following his baptism came the baptism of all the children when Karl was about six years old. Lastly, came Henrietta, on 1825, following the death of her father. One of the probabilities for an adjustment in terms of faith was because of a new regulation passed in 1815, which restricted Jews from a high society. In terms of education, Marx was homeschooled until the age of twelve. After this homeschool education, he was able to further on his studies at the Friedrich-Wilhelm Gymnasium, a Jesuit high school in Trier. Once, he spent five years in high school, he continued in his education and attended the University of Bonn. There, Marx adapted to the chaotic environment and was even imprisoned for several infractions, in only two semesters. His father took notice and advised him to take a more serious route which led to Karl 's transfer to the University of Berlin. There, he initiated his studies in law and Philosophy. At first he didn 't seem very focused, but later on Karl Marx generated a strong attachment to the philosophical views of G.W.F. Hegel. In 1836, he was engaged…

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