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I'm starting to think that education doesn't just combat lawlessness and ignorance due to indifference. But there may be something to this "too smart to be evil" thing that once anyone reaches such a level of awareness and critical thinking ability, ethics seemlessly begins to merge with rationality and logical thinking. All I know is poor angry people tend to be stupid and the unethical rich can pay smart people to think for them. Its just a matter of time before a genius entrepreneur turns the economy on its head by making it clear dirty business practices make billionaires, but shrewd but genuinely benevolent business practices make trillionaires and get entire worlds named after them.