Or: “good scholarship vs good example”? Which is more useful?

I mean, it’s easy to say “good scholarship beats one bad example”. It’s clearly true.

But compare “bad scholarship vs bad example”. Which is more useful?

Or: “good scholarship vs good example”? Which is more useful?

Think of sex. A virgin who is a scholar vs someone with minimal but good sexual experience.

But I’m not knocking good scholarship. Neither is op, but bad scholarship.

 

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