“…Nock makes no secret that his educators: did not pretend to believe that everyone is educable, for they knew, on the contrary, that very few are educable, very few indeed…”

“In his Memoirs of a Superfluous Man, Nock makes no secret that his educators: did not pretend to believe that everyone is educable, for they knew, on the contrary, that very few are educable, very few indeed. They saw this as a fact of nature, like the fact that few are six feet tall. […]”

Albert Jay Nock

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Jay_Nock

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The more a person knows the more likely that others will irritate him-Jonar Nader

 

Isaiah’s Job-by Albert Jay Nock (Reading of Essay)

 

The prophet of the Remnant does not need to advertise for them nor resort to any schemes of publicity to get their attention, as does the prophet of the Masses

 

“Meanwhile, the Remnant, aware of this adulteration…turn their backs on the prophet [of the masses] and will have nothing to do with him or his message.”