Yesterday I attacked some professors who think that they are more important than dozens of students because they attacked students who want to get employed after graduation. The thing that had gotten them so protective was the the Masters programme in modern western thought was stopped because it didn’t discuss the issue of employability.

Today I present examples of what I meant that they should have talked about during that validation process.

For instance this guy, Dan Munter, talk about how philosophers are needed to look at the bigger picture – but tend to gaze at their navels instead. Still, some philosophers work as consultant helping companies or people get their priorities straight.

Think about it. Integrate education with the rest of the world.