Educaton means to memorise everything?What do you think?
Education is just the compilation of what all the great minds down thru the ages figured out.
So it is smart to learn what they figured out, especially in the area you want to go into to have a career in, so that you don’t have to “reinvent the wheel”.
No one could learn all that the great minds of the past have figured out–ever since the Guttenberg Bible and even before, all the best ideas, mostly, have been recorded and available for dissemination to the “masses”.
That’s a stupendous amount of knowledge.
Just know the highlights of other areas to be well informed, and so you can pick out what area most attracts you, and then learn a lot of the available informatioin about your chosen area of interest.
Hope that puts it all in perspective!
The act or process of educating or being educated.
The knowledge or skill obtained or developed by a learning process.
A program of instruction of a specified kind or level: driver education; a college education.
The field of study that is concerned with the pedagogy of teaching and learning.
An instructive or enlightening experience: “Her work in the inner city was a real education”
Anyway yes you have a good point but I have always thought the greatest benefit of education is as you expand you thinking through education your mind works better and things like deductive reasoning improve!.
That would be like memorizing a telephone directory and then saying i know everyone in it.
Education to me is knowing what is necessary in life, basics, like maths for calculating, english for communicating, geography so you know where you would like to see, history so you know where you came from and how we all got here etc etc. Basics!!
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