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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on November 27, 2002 at 09:21:31:

In Reply to:  Re: The Ethics of Architecture posted by Richard Haut on November 26, 2002 at 03:40:42:

... sure.

Here younger siblings don't worry to study anymore a university career, they have seen enough of their elder brothers not having a job and bad faces about. To study to not have a job or have one selling at a shop? Rather go directly to the shop for the job.

Still unhappy with the defusing of education, the present PP governign Spain is engineering a campaign to promote lower standard "Formación Professional" titles. They rather want less able people, if they could, unthinking robots, cannon meat, not men and women that devise how best and in more just way to live.

In our field they implanted a reform on safety at the works; more paperwork, commissarial claims, bribe-like sweetly paid works silencing too willing union chieftains, deprivation of our traditional authroity to demand safety there: the result: the more astounding growth seen in fatal accidents seen in construction in 3 or 4 decades.

So there's intent in social organization, and some have not the public interest in mind, but preservation of privileages not tolerable anymore.

 
 
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