---Leon Boey <email@example.com> wrote:
> does anybody think teaching critical thinking at a young age (<>6)
> perhaps it would bring about a more extropian society?
> if yes, how do you think it could be implemented?
Teaching children is the responsibility of parents. If parents wish to pass some that responsibility on to a school, they should have the choice of what kind of education they wish their children to have.
I think teaching young children critical thinking skills is a GREAT idea, but when you begin talking about teaching ALL children in such a manner, you're inevitably talking about forced, government provided education.
If all children were taught critical thinking skills in government schools we would create a generation that would be able to see through the government's propoganda, and thus realize that government mandated, tax-payer financed education is irrational.
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