Friday, October 21, 2011

Education and Direction

Yet the prevailing conception is that education must be such as will enable one to acquire enough wealth to live on the plain of the bourgeoisie [middle class].  That kind of education does not develop the aristocratic virtues.  It neither encourages reflection nor inspires a reverence for the good.
Source: Richard Weaver, Ideas Have Consequences 1948

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