“I always had a certain dislike for general principles and abstract prescriptions. I think it’s necessary to have an “empirical lantern” or a “visit with the patient” before being able to understand what is wrong with him. It is crucial to understand the peculiarity, the specificity, and also the unusual aspects of the case” —Albert O. Hirschman
Need for subsidized higher education
One, no one is doing anyone a favour. Education, even higher education is a right. If we encourage this “you are living off on my tax money argument” it is only a matter of time, we call school going students the same and sick patients in public hospitals, the same.