Where Modern Techno-Education Comes Up Way Short

by being anti-book, anti-literature, anti-classics, and anti-critical thinking and reading.

“The use of letters,” says Gibbon (in The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire), “is the principal circumstance that distinguishes a civilized people from a herd of savages.”

This tragedy shall extend beyond schools today into future generations of brave new techno society, too. Schools and public education have sold out lock, stock, and barrel to the machines.

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