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education01-06-2024 18:54
keepit
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Is limiting educational opportunities a good idea?
01-06-2024 23:54
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Lamenting your lack of education, keepit?
02-06-2024 00:00
keepit
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itn,
Wrong again.
02-06-2024 01:06
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
itn,
Wrong again.


So that's a 'no'?

That means you just want to chant meaningless buzzwords.


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02-06-2024 01:57
keepit
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Wrong again.
02-06-2024 04:28
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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So that's a 'no'. Then you aren't saying anything.
02-06-2024 04:50
keepit
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No, i don't think educational opportunities should be limited.
02-06-2024 06:40
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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You still aren't saying anything.
02-06-2024 06:52
James_
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Into the Night wrote:
You still aren't saying anything.



Maybe he means to say nothing?
02-06-2024 19:35
Im a BM
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keepit wrote:
Is limiting educational opportunities a good idea?



The American Medical Association apparently thought it was a VERY good idea.

For many decades they maintained an artificial shortage of doctors by limiting their educational opportunities.

There was only so much room in American medical universities, and they weren't going to open up any new spaces to allow more.

One consequence is that wages for US doctors stayed artificially high due to an artificial shortage.

Another consequence is that we had to accept a LOT of foreign-trained doctors to partially fill in the gap.

So, by artificially limiting educational opportunities, those lucky ones who DID get into US medical school were guaranteed an artificially high wage.

Let's see...

If we go back to only accepting white males in medical school, we can make sure that they get the artificially high rewards they are entitled to by birthright.

God forbid they should just accept everyone who is qualified and let those who think they want to be a doctor have a chance to prove they have the skills.

Because equality would mean LESS FOR ME!

Here's another good trick.

Don't just limit the educational opportunities.

Require that they operate in a language that nobody uses.

OF COURSE you have to hire a lawyer. YOU don't speak Latin. You'll have no idea what they are talking about in court.

In summary:

It is NOT a good idea to limit educational opportunities, unless you are a member of the class that benefits from those limitations.
02-06-2024 22:02
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Im a BM wrote:
keepit wrote:
Is limiting educational opportunities a good idea?


The American Medical Association apparently thought it was a VERY good idea.

The American Medical Association does not determine college admissions or even medical school admissions.
Im a BM wrote:
For many decades they maintained an artificial shortage of doctors by limiting their educational opportunities.

They don't and never have.
Im a BM wrote:
There was only so much room in American medical universities, and they weren't going to open up any new spaces to allow more.

Medical school is a college, not a university. Like all colleges, enrollment is limited.
Im a BM wrote:
One consequence is that wages for US doctors stayed artificially high due to an artificial shortage.

What 'artificial shortage'? Who are YOU to determine doctors make too much money?
Im a BM wrote:
Another consequence is that we had to accept a LOT of foreign-trained doctors to partially fill in the gap.

What gap?
Im a BM wrote:
So, by artificially limiting educational opportunities, those lucky ones who DID get into US medical school were guaranteed an artificially high wage.

The American Medical Association does not control university or college admissions. YOU don't get to declare what is a 'fair wage' for everybody.
Im a BM wrote:
Let's see...

If we go back to only accepting white males in medical school, we can make sure that they get the artificially high rewards they are entitled to by birthright.

Annnnnnnd now comes your racism.
Im a BM wrote:
God forbid they should just accept everyone who is qualified and let those who think they want to be a doctor have a chance to prove they have the skills.

They do.
Im a BM wrote:
Because equality would mean LESS FOR ME!

Here's another good trick.

Don't just limit the educational opportunities.

You are not a doctor. You're an illiterate that somehow thinks he's 'educated'. NOW you claim to be a doctor of medicine???
Im a BM wrote:
Require that they operate in a language that nobody uses.

OF COURSE you have to hire a lawyer. YOU don't speak Latin. You'll have no idea what they are talking about in court.

Uh...wrong. Part of medical school and prep is learning Latin. You kind of need it in medical school, you see.
Im a BM wrote:
In summary:

It is NOT a good idea to limit educational opportunities, unless you are a member of the class that benefits from those limitations.

Conclusion based on false premise. Circular argument (not a fallacy).


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