Pedigree and Product

The philosopher was a first-rate
mind who went to second-rate
schools, taught at a third-rate
school and published brilliant
essays. He was dismissed. If
he had gone to first-rate schools
and taught at a first-rate school
and left intentionally to teach at
a second or third-rate school to
make a statement, he might have
or might not have been dismissed,
only to prove that pedigree is still
more important than product.

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