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is what is required. The thrust of this critique is that the learning within is impersonal and the knowledge derived is alienating. Yes there are marginal counter examples(those who like work and their job as relates to work for instance) but this is the general problem of education. Impersonal and alienation is to education what force and compulsion is to work(Bob Black).

The above is just more retarded critical theory with a critical administering statist, race and classcraft universalist agenda. Nothing anarchic or ludic to be found here.