On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 2:18 PM, Robert Hansen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > On Oct 9, 2012, at 1:30 PM, Paul Tanner <email@example.com> wrote: > > Yeah, you keep going on about how everyone is learning nothing, but > such universal statement idiocy is just that - idiocy. > > > As before, I am glad I didn't say that.
You come close to that again and again, like this, "a whole population that knows a little bit about music but none able to make it a profession."
What you're actually communicating is, "a whole population that knows a little bit about math but none able to make it a profession."
You have said things this again and again.
You also said before that the drastic increase in the minimum requirements for both teachers and students means NOTHING.
I note your terms "none" and "nothing" - these are universal statements that you keep making.
Again: You keep doing this all the time.
This above is you communicating that which deny you communicate.
By the way, it's called "implicit meaning".
You implicit meaning is quite clear to me from your continued use of such universal language. Yeah, you can claim that you're exaggerating and all that, but even allowing for that, you go way too far in condemning the whole shebang when there are in fact many successes, such as what I document with tons of citations, again and again, most recently here: