Describe the failure of the philosophy of Thomas Gradgrind?
From the most elemental of point of view, Gradgrind's failure is his embrace of a singular and monistic expression of the good. The affirmation of "fact, not fancy" and the idea that learning, and all of consciousness, has to be geared toward an end goal that benefits self and embraces...
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