I received an interesting comment in response to one of my posts over at LifeWithoutSchool. What do you think? Does she have a point? Is there a benefit to keeping everyone in the middle to avoid deprived environments?
The thing that most educated people like to convenintly believe is that “education” is not necessary.This is some sort of self congraulatory buffeter against the idea that they didn’t get where they are due to there own prowess and not undeserved fortunate circumstances and provisions wich they had no merit for receiving. The proposal here in this treatise is that the person learns everyday in whatever there imediate reality seems to be.But it’s quite apparent that if ones perpetual,persistant reality doesn’t consist of anything constructive or of any appreciable enriching value,the persons so called “life education” would be totally worthless and of no bennefit whatsoever outside the frame of reference in wich the person finds themselves.In other words,someone who is trapped, “learning” in an environment of deprivation and underprivilage would be woefully deficient in the qualities neccessary to enter a higher quality of life.Essentially confining the person in a state of maladjustment and inadequacy to enter “higher” levels of existence wich most people take for granted.These sorts of states have other ramifications bothe physically and emotionally wich are deterents to happiness and quality of life.Existence basically consists of banign or malignant self perpetuating cycles,so it can be sa id that just to be safe,it would always be better for the human being to exist within the most beneficial standardized perameters of educational society as opposed to residing in some subnormal,removed from the main stream, condition of suffering and worthless “learning”.