“It used to be a very small minority that got together to discuss ideas,” he says. “Now it’s a very large minority. And that’s mainly a result of the colossal increase in university graduates, from 5 per cent in 1960 to 40 per cent today. There’s now a huge section of the population willing and able to take on challenging ideas.”Last I looked, there's a huge section of the population willing to entertain and endure the puke and pablum of right wing talking points as if they had merit, and is unaware the Supreme Court had ruled -- never mind how they ruled - on "Obamacare".
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Pub Philosophy and the Rise of the Mass Intelligentsia (?!)
We think, therefore we are - FT.com: