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Ada Agada

Yet another interesting instalment!


I admire your optimistic vision... I have a totally different (and more negative) opinion, but I prefer not to develop. Although I rescue one thing of Argentinian public universities (which are the best for studies on science and humanities): as you said, public education is completely free of charge, for everyone, independent of her nationality, and the quality of teaching is high (although is still too much focused on the history of philosophy, so philosophy done in the last decades is almost absent of the programs).

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