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I was pleased to read in reply to one question (about ethics) an answer from someone who had taught both community college and in higher education.
I'm asking because the site makes no sense to me, to me it's just obvious that knowing how to live without wage slavery is a complete irrelevance in philosophy class, who is ever going to put that in a lecture plan, or consider a philosopher an authority on the answer? Whereas it makes complete sense (to me) to ask if authenticity involves being deceived into dishonesty.
Like I pointed out in another thread, it may well be that stackexchange isn't really for questions that people ask their class. But then where does that leave us? Either way I feel so tired of being told I'm wrong for asking (IMHO) totally legit questions.