Education is a lifelong goal, for me. I have rarely met anyone who doesn't need to educate themselves more on a subject or matter, otherwise, we're in the twilight zone of sages and masters, which are rare and few. Even Aristotle, who one of my philosophy teachers told me, was the last man who knew everything in the world, did not become content with his knowledge. Similar to Goethe's Faust, there is an insatiable desire to want to know more, driven by important human traits such as curiosity, hope, and the desire for eudaimonia. I've often resented the fact that education is considered as a stepping stone, which upon completing doesn't require further practice. It's become mechanized like a production line in many regards. Since the advent of modern education along with a growing population that is inquisitive and interested in further education, I feel as though, there might be a need for a higher degree than what is attainable as a P.hD. In all seriousness, a Bachelors nowadays has lost its value relative to what it would have been worth some 50 years ago. It would seem intuitively obvious that the best worker is one willing to learn on every step on the way forward before, during, and after work. So, what am I getting at? Basically, that with so many people around the world, who are curious and inquisitive, that we ought to have more teachers in the world to help guide them in their epistemological development about the world. We have seen the development of many online programs and youtube self-help tutorial videos that are driven by the aforementioned traits displayed by people. The practice of educating one's self is a virtuous circle, yet, is becoming increasingly difficult to satisfy. Again, as per one of my previous threads, the market has corrupted education in my mind. Thoughts?