[Note: This post originally appeared on the An Economy of Meaning blog on 1 Sept 2010 about 11amET as part of a series on education (and I got the lead post). I’m reposting it here because
- My education came up in a conversation with a friend during a recent lunch.
- It’s mentioned in my Clancy Tucker Interview.
- And again today during a weekly pub crawl with my fellow Harveys.]
This month’s CAS theme is education. I get the lead post. Oh, if only what I had to offer was that a simple assignment of paper — the proverbial sheepskin — bestowed such a thing.
And we are all aware that an education has nothing to do with ability, intelligence, knowledge, wisdom, …, yes?
For those who don’t follow my various writings, herewith an overview of previous briefs on education (let me know if you want to see the full posts. If enough ask for them, I’ll dig them out and publish them):
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