There are some questions that don’t fit well into *any* of the University silo

The artificial segmentation into “Schools of Thought”, while useful, has become an embedded part of Western Civilization.

We have “from an economic point of view.. but then from a philosophical point of view but then from a psychological point of view”… and while it’s not the worst way to do things, it sometimes misses out on something important:

Putting it all together. Sometimes, when the silos of knowledge are kept in their University categories, theres a lot of stuff that’s going to be missed.

There are some questions that don’t fit well into *any* of the University silos. So, they become irrelevant questions to academia that don’t get asked – there’s no room for those questions.

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