I would also point out that the studies of law, economics and science at this moment are very much tainted by capitalism wherein the way the world really works in terms of practical consequences of our actions here is disregarded as all studies are basically grounded on sustaining an essentially flawed and non common-sensical system - therefore at this point not even the educated ones, the scientists, lawyers, judges, not even the teachers and politicians are aware of what is really going on in this world - which is clearly indicated by the fact that no politician has come up with actual sustainable answers, and when one does, the rest of them simply ignore him/her, and by the fact that our children are being taught to simply accept what is being presented to them without question instead of being taught to individually stand as a point of responsibility in this world within the realization that every single part in this existence is interconnected, therefore it is imperative that each part is aware of exactly what needs to be done and why so that this world my exist in dignity (which it is not at this point).Isn't this assuming equal abilities? One who practices law (and is successful at it) usually has the correct mind frame. How would that be dealt with?
A more pertinent example is that of scientists. I'm fortunate enough to be relatively skilled in thinking the right way in this area, but many people can't grasp mathematics or conceptualise the non-intuitive areas of reality (and conversely I don't have the skills of, say, an architect or the built - or drive - to do any manual work). Is there a proposal as to how to exploit individual strengths in a society of this sort? How will science, or law, or architecture be done when many people inherently lack the ability or enthusiasm?
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