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Just as Wikipedia makes high-quality information easily available, so Philosophypedia makes high-quality instruction readily available to people. In this day and age, there is no need for brick and mortar institutions of learning. Such institutions are expensive and ineffective; and they are breeding grounds for ill-will among their various students and also for distrust of so-called authority figures. The result is a cynical and poorly educated mass of people who are of little use to themselves or society. Philosophypedia came into existence to make top-quality, individualized instruction available to everyone, regardless of their means. The operative term here is 'individualized': one of the great failings of education, as it currently exists, is that virtually none of it is individualized. This despite the fact that history's best and brightest (Plato, Aristotle, Newton, Bach, Mozart, Darwin) were educated by individual mentors--never in classrooms. And this is Philosophypedia's greatest strength: all instruction is individualized, while also being affordable. Ask me about this great new way of learning and about how it is democratizing the world of education!