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This, my fellow educators, must be our first lesson.
What would be “success” for you would be the death of “me.”
The only reason to discipline oneself is the enjoyment of self-mastery.
To succeed at failing—that is the challenge.
The best revenge is still very bad.
Don’t ask why this group “succeeds” and that group “fails” in an industry. Ask what symbolic and imaginary role this and that group play for a collectivity.
There is anxiety and unhappiness on either side.
But the very success of the book has made it cliché. And you are the kind of reader who has contributed to this disastrous “success.”