What the world would look like if people had learned creationism in school.

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mohammad...@gmail.com

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Jun 26, 2022, 3:15:21 AMJun 26
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It stands to reason that basic knowledge of opinion and fact, subjectivity and objectivity, should be right up there with language and arythmetic, as one of the main things that you should learn in school.

The difference between fact and opinion is already much taught at a very young age, like 7 to 9 or something, but there doesn't seem to be a follow up of it in high school.

There does seem to be some emphasis on teaching the scientific method in high school, which is only objectivity.

And through this kind of teaching of the scientific method, students become fact obsessed and clueless about subjectivity. Which is to say that students become more ignorant about how subjectivity works, than if they had not gone to school.

Meaning the education system is turning people into materialists / atheists / socialists.

If the students had learned creationism, then they would have been aware of there being an entire subjective part of reality, and then most all of them would believe in God, in order to pay dedicated attention to subjective issues.

Which would undoubtedly diminish mental illness to normal levels, instead of the epidemic of mental illness that we have now.

Socialism, as it is mostly based on materialism, would be wiped out from politics.

Having knowledge about how subjectivity works, enables to build more sophisticated decisionmaking organizations. There would be more grouplife, with groupspirit, through understanding how subjectivity works.

So it is clear that major societal benefits would be achieved.

Ofcourse now that society is a total shitshow, it is very easy to achieve some benefit over the current conditions. And you could also achieve a lot of benefit, by skipping the whole education on how subjectivity works, and just going straight towards revitalizing religion.

But see, that would mean a lot of strife between these deranged materialists that the education system produces, and the then newly religious.

Revitalizing religion by first educating about how subjectivity works, avoids this kind of strife, because of academics then having been subdued.

Mark Isaak

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Jun 26, 2022, 12:00:21 PMJun 26
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On 6/26/22 12:12 AM, mohammad...@gmail.com wrote:
> It stands to reason that basic knowledge of opinion and fact, subjectivity and objectivity, should be right up there with language and arythmetic, as one of the main things that you should learn in school.

Can you recommend a textbook on the subject?

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mohammad...@gmail.com

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Jun 26, 2022, 3:15:21 PMJun 26
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There isn't one. But I did find someone teaching it at college level, saying it was the most important thing.

Op zondag 26 juni 2022 om 18:00:21 UTC+2 schreef Mark Isaak:

Mark Isaak

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Jun 27, 2022, 11:05:22 AMJun 27
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On 6/26/22 12:11 PM, mohammad...@gmail.com wrote:
> There isn't one. But I did find someone teaching it at college level, saying it was the most important thing.
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> Op zondag 26 juni 2022 om 18:00:21 UTC+2 schreef Mark Isaak:
>> On 6/26/22 12:12 AM, mohammad...@gmail.com wrote:
>>> It stands to reason that basic knowledge of opinion and fact, subjectivity and objectivity, should be right up there with language and arythmetic, as one of the main things that you should learn in school.
>> Can you recommend a textbook on the subject?

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