A View of the Whole
A number of years ago the president of a college commented that the students were given many bits and pieces of knowledge with differing views of the world. At 9:00 they went to natural science class with one view of the world. At 11:00 they went to sociology with another view. At 1:00 they went to religion with yet another view. But they received no comprehensive, overall view anywhere.
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