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Do you think there should be some sort of qualification or education/knowledge required for an idea to become a social movement?”

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    Note the question asks what YOU think! After you do your writeup, someone will be glad to comment on it.

    Sra

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    Ideas are born from education/knowledge, and ideas lay the groundwork for social movements. Limiting an idea by some sort of qualification would be ludicrous. It is impossible to regulate ideas, impossible to judge objectively what is a good idea or what is a bad idea. No one of infinite wisdom could try to regulate the collective ideas of a society.

    Yeah so no

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