Why Education has become a Poor Cousin to the Business of Australian Universities
(with lessons from the culture industry)
If universities of today had produced brilliance, we would not have the global problems we have now. They would have produced enlightened human beings of visionary qualities who could anticipate changes and take measures to avoid the dangers and seize the opportunities. What universities have done is produce legions of drones and clones that think the same, react the same, and do the same. And they’ve been producing 20th century product.
– Gerald Celente, founding CEO, Trends Research Institute More