Apr 12, 2020, 12:47 AM
by James Krieger
It is a Masters level investment, & most of those who struggle do not even have an undergraduate comprehension of math, liberal arts & the sciences. Most of us who show promise have spent years studying political science & economics beforehand, or are accomplished in industry (Bill).
P is an interdisciplinary subject matter that requires extensive background knowledge in the history of thought, law, economics, game theory, neuroscience, sociobiology, anthropology, computational science & so on.
If you are struggling with basic concepts, I can tell you that you do not have what it takes to be a producer/contributor. The core of propertarianism is not difficult to grasp; we’d be able to teach it as third year course at top 20 undergraduate schools & most students would ‘get it.’ That most struggle speaks to the poor quality of education in America.