The Human Mind

The Human Mind

The Human mind is complex. Those that study it – determine that this area is for this and that function and thus narrow down to such an extent that they lose sight of what it is they are trying to define.

They human mind works a whole unified process without any specialist parts – it is one with itself. It works as a unified whole. It is not a machine or a binary computerised system.

Every human being is complete – yet complex carrying with them through there genes the physical and life experiences of previous generations. Some of which can be very eventful giving you the impression of past lives – all your past lives are carried forward to the next generation and so on. Your Father a doctor? You became a doctor? Your Father was a chemist? You became a scientist. Your parents went to university ahhh so you did too! We are the products of all our past lives.

We also have to look at the social orders created by societies. We have to look at class – that class is also based on earnings your wealth what you can afford as a result of you working for money. Your status is dependent on what work you do and how much you get paid. We still have our elites our aristocracy the real people that control the system in which you live and work and have your entertainment.

The minimum level of education required for college professors is a master’s degree, which can qualify an individual for work as a professor at a community college. A doctoral degree is typically required to work as a full-time, tenure-track university professor. But it is interesting to note to be a professor you have to be inline with professors of your chosen field. You study the works and accept the same conclusions and you learn to think in exactly the same way.

English society is very different from American society – thought it is copying English class structure all the time – America you have family dynasties – in England we have the Aristocracy ruling elite families and of course the big banking families who operate on both sides of the “pond.”

In America you needed wealthy parents to enable you to go to university and universities were financed by corporations.

In England – in the early years only those children that went to private schools went to universities there parents paying their children’s education from four years of age until they were twenty four or twenty five. This meant that only a very narrow band of children went to university – all from the upper professional classes and the aristocratic elite. Much like modern day America.

For a while in the 60s the government funded universities and made education free for all – which lead to a sudden rise in the numbers of people that went to university – as a consequence universities expanded. Now universities have to find corporate money lots of foreign students and lots of joint commercial ventures to survive – with no real research being done other than what they can get grants for from commercial organisations. In one sense we have gone back to the 17th and 18th century where America is today and has always been.

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