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Conversation #76: David Robinson-Morris on Ubuntu, Buddhism, and Higher Education

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A conversation with David Robinson-Morris on Ubuntu, Buddhism, and higher education.

Currently, the Western higher education milieu can only be described as an economic epistemological regime of fear, where neo-liberal ideology and market-driven educational discourse shapes and restricts thinking, and institutions of higher education are suppliers of consumer-driven demand—not institutions of higher learning, but supermarkets of economical knowledge acquisition.

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Conversation #76: David Robinson-Morris on Ubuntu, Buddhism, and Higher Education

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A conversation with David Robinson-Morris on Ubuntu, Buddhism, and higher education.

Currently, the Western higher education milieu can only be described as an economic epistemological regime of fear, where neo-liberal ideology and market-driven educational discourse shapes and restricts thinking, and institutions of higher education are suppliers of consumer-driven demand—not institutions of higher learning, but supermarkets of economical knowledge acquisition.

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