...from a man who taught there for a decade. It's a bit of a long read, but well worth it; more or less, it can be summed up as this; institutions set up around the liberal arts and real learning are now, sadly, degraded to institutions whose graduates are only fit to "be elite," incapable of learning the language that a plumber speaks.
Of course, one of the key points of the grammar stage of education is to be able to learn basics such as these.
Quote of the day. - On my craft: psychiatry, and from Paul Mullen. One of my fears for psychiatry is that we are allowing clinical practice to degenerate into a process which ...
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