There is no sin in being wrong. The sin is in our unwillingness to examine our own beliefs, and in believing that our authorities cannot be wrong.
—Neil Postman - The End of Education
One is inclined to suspect that if the intake of universities is not yet falling sharply, it is to a large extent due to their unanticipated and unbargained-for role as a temporary shelter in a society afflicted by structural unemployment; a device allowing the newcomers to postpone for a few years the moment of truth that arrives when the harsh realities of the labour market need to be faced.
—Zygmunt Bauman - The Individualized Society
Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy? - Trailer
A Film by about Noam Chomsky by Michel Gondry