12. Januar 2017 von Sydney Polart ©
It’s not very wise to think you learn knowledge at the University, at least no substantial one, since all you learn there is either arbitrary over time and/or it simply has nothing to do with you at all, doesn’t mean anything to you. In most cases what you learn at the University even fulfills both of these criterias.
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann
– Center for Philosophy and Political Art –