Engels, the Red who rode to hounds – Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/countryside/5263835/Engels-the-Red-who-rode-to-hounds.html
Freedom of Ideas – good or bad in ‘their time’. Darwin (200 Anni) and Marx – and the many ‘others’.
(outside the ‘closed system’ or "tribal stereotypical behaviour" in our young and vulnerable or the old)
"At other times, he suggested hunting offered essential philosophical insights. In an essay about man’s capacity to manipulate nature in contrast to the animal world’s having to operate within its constraints, Engels wrote: “One can daily observe how unerringly the fox makes use of its excellent knowledge of the locality in order to elude its pursuers, and how well it knows and turns to account all favourable features of the ground that cause the scent to be lost.” Yet another solid socialist reason for riding to hounds. A class war built on banning blood sports would, to Engels’s mind, constitute a very parochial form of communism. By contrast, his communism was about cascading the riches of life to all."