Parents Educational Philosophy (beyond the core subjects such as the "three R’s"). Further Education.
An acquisition of wealth through knowledge can be very misleading, many ‘drop outs’ or uneducated people become very rich!
2) Instilling a sense of wonder or an expressive passion (non-religious) about our world, way beyond that of the ‘purely physical’ explanations.
3) To imagine what it is like to be in someone else’s shoes i.e., uneducated, poor, even – rich or involved in various conflict situations. Many conflict situations, may not arise if a ‘full knowledge’ of someone else’s view point or their particular situation was far more closely examined.
4) To be able to combat and defeat by ‘reality’ or ‘truth’. The urge to live with or take up with, the many or greater mass of other people who insist in believing in what one could call the blinkered, the blind and (superficial) superstitious world of "incredible ignorance" often found in (most) "religious dogmatism", current "school ethoses" and "political ideologies".