Well-schooled

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Well-schooled is a pejorative adjective that is used to describe an individual burdened with 100 bad habits learned at school. A well-schooled individual is well prepared for a well-schooled society, in which all members work alike for seemingly common purpose of a better society, which recursively means: a more well-schooled society. Well-schooled people claim that the best way towards better society goes through compulsory schooling. However, as coercion in learning leads to learned helplessness, a well-schooled society is an unhappy society. Due to the impact of coercion on intelligence and passions, a well-schooled society exhibits low productivity and stunted creative innovation. In a well-schooled society, all well-schooled citizens believe that all alternatives to being well-schooled are ignorant

This glossary entry is used to explain "I would never send my kids to school" (2017-2024) by Piotr Wozniak

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